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Camembert de Normandie Le Bon Choix

Weight: 250

Maturation: 2 weeks

Cheese Type: Uncooked, Unpressed soft cheese with bloomy rind

In 1791, Marie Harel created the Camembert de Normandie from raw milk by superimposing 5 layers of curd milk separated by 40 minutes between each of them to drain the milk during the manufacturing process.

Nowadays, lots of Camembert are produced all over the world. To produce the real Camembert de Normandie AOC, the makers have to follow Marie Harel’s method and use at least 50% of Normande cow milk.

This bloomy rind cheese has a subtle texture with a frank and fruity taste which varies from mild to tangy according to its aging period. Perfect to go with a tonic Smith apple and cider.

Store it in the fridge wrapped in cheese paper for up to 2 weeks.

Wine Pairing:

Red wines (Red Beaujolais, Grenache, Pinot Noir), White wines (Chenin Blanc), Sparkling wines (Champagne, Prosecco)

Raw
Cow
Full
Appelation Origine Protegge (AOP) label
AOP

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