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Le Fougerus
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    From the family of Brie cheeses, this one is most closely related to a Coulommiers, although slightly larger and aged with a fern leaf. Its origins are artisian based having been made directly on farms for single-family consumption. The fern was used both for decoration and to impart a woodsy, earthy scent to the cheese. The cheese is now produced on a much larger scale. Thicker than a Brie de Nangis, it tends to ripen slowly, often with a section of the interior left firm. The flavor is sweet and milky, typical of Brie but with more depth. Forest scents come through delightfully.

    Beverage to accompany: Bourgogne, Bordeau, Cotes du Rhone
    Quantity: 1.5 lb Wheel
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     Maroilles AOC

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    A monk appaerently invented Maroilles in 960 at the Abbey of Maroilles. It celebrated its 1000th birthday in 1961 with a mass performed in its honor. The texture is spreadable though quite thick and densely creamy. The aroma is strong, pungent and smelly however the flavor should not convey those same characteristics unless it's too old or overripe. The flavor should be a blend of strong cheesey flavor, some fruitiness and finish with a pleasant saltiness.

    Beverage to accompany: Burgundy's red Corton; Chateauneuf-du-Pape; beer; gin
    Quantity: 1.6 lb Square
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     Mimolette Vielle

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    Mimolette may also be called Boule de Lille after the city of Lille where it was created. The cheese is closely related to a Dutch Edam; even the melon-sized wheel with the flattened top and bottom are nearly identical. Mimolette, however, has a natural rind that, over time, will become rough and pockmarked. The interior is a strikingly rich orange color that ages to an orange-brown color. The texture is firm with a caramelized, nutty, rich flavor and slight tang on the finish.

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    Quantity: 7 lb Wheel
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     Morbier du Livradois

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    With a meadow-sweet aroma of nuts and hay typical of Savoie milk, this raw-milk Morbier by Livradois is most famous for incorporating both the morning and the evening milk of the cow, separated by a decorative layer of ash. Wedges of this large, round, firm cheese, full flavored and sophisticated yet liked by many, are beautiful on cheese platters.

    Beverage to accompany: Tangy white wines, light fruity reds
    Quantity: .5 lb Portion
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     Pave D'Affinois

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    This soft ripened cheese is made in a small square shape referred to by its name, pave, meaning square or rectangular paving stone in French. With proper aging this sweet, mild cheese will ooze from its rind.

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    Quantity: 4.5 oz Portion
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     Perail de Brebis

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    This little soft-bodied sheep cheese hails from the Auvergne. It has a thing, delicate rind that shelters a fresh, sheep tasting cheese with scents of a meadow and fresh hay. The velvety texture just adds to its charm.

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    Quantity: 4 oz Wheel
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     Petit L'Edel de Cleron

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    This cheese is loosely based on several that play an important role in traditional French and Swiss mountain cheeses. It is made from gently pasteurized cow's milk, banded with a strip of bark and aged to develop the oozy, runny character of the real cheeses called Vacherin du Haut Doubs or Vacherin Mont d'Or. The French and Swiss both are credited with the introduction of this style of cheese which are basically identical except that the Swiss use pasteurized milk and the French use raw milk. The tradition of production stems from the climate and difficulties of living in the mountains; when the winters came it was literally impossible to deliver milk to the Comte, or Abondance cooperatives, so people made smaller cheeses for home use that could be eaten within weeks. These young cheeses were fairly fragile and so were banded with bark (spruce, fir or pine) to hold the shape for storage and serving. Even now these cheeses are best eaten from late fall to spring when the milk is most suitable for this type of cheese. In the US we have to make due with faux Vacherin due to a listeria problem in 1983, from a batch of contaminated pasteurized Swiss Vacherin. The result is that no Vacherin, Swiss or French may be imported. Ecorce de Sapin, which we also carry, is another cheese made by Perrin in the same manner that develops a more earthy character and is not as milky in flavor. The flavor of L'Edel de Cleron is perfumed with scents of the forest and a slight resinous aspect from the bark. The texture is very rich and creamy. This is a smaller version of the L'Edel de Cleron coupe, and will ripen more quickly.

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    Quantity: 6 oz Portion
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     Petit Livarot AOC

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    An ancient cheese of Normandy, created by monks, it takes its name from the town of Livarot. Historically, it is nicknamed 'The Colonel' because it is banded with five stripes like a French Colonel. These were originally pieces of a sedge grass to help the cheese keep its shape but are now pieces of orange-colored paper. Typical of washed rind cheeses, Livarot is not for the meek. The aroma can be strong and smelly with bold, spicy flavors on the palate.

    Beverage to accompany: Pomeral, Tokay, Pinot Gris d'Alsace
    Quantity: 8 oz Wheel
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     Petit Pont L'Eveque AOC

  • Petit Pont L'Eveque AOC
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    This is another ancient norman cheese made in the area of its namesake in town. Though still a washed rind cheese, it is much more restrained that Livarot. The rind is generally not as moist and smelly, but rather with a grassy and mellow bouquet. The flavor is savory, reminiscent of Camembert, with a rich, creamy texture. This smaller version of Pont L'Eveque will ripen more more quickly than the Grand Pont L'Eveque which we also carry.

    Beverage to accompany: Full bodied red Bordeaux, Thone, Burgundy, Condrieu, Cider
    Quantity: 7 oz Portion
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     Pico Affinee

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    These are firm little goat cheeses with a soft-ripened mold and dense texture. The flavor of the cheese is rich and intense with full-bodied nuty and fruity flavors. Consistently a great little wheel from Bordeaux.

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    Quantity: 4 oz Wheel
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