Brie de Meaux is a French brie cheese of the Brie region and a designated AOC product since 1980. Its name comes from the town of Meaux in the Brie region and is made from raw soft cow's-milk and named after Brie, the French region Seine-et-Marne. During the ripening process its white rind turns brown and develops small red spots. Very aromatic, rich and smooth. One distinguishing feature of Brie is its strong terroir fragrance, paired with a very fruity flavour, a pronounced bouquet and a subtle hazelnut note. One of the highest fat content of creamy cheeses and is national cheese to all.
Strength: Mild & Creamy
Weight: 200 gram per piece
Milk: Cow milk
Servings: 30 per serving on mix selection or 50 grams for individual serving
Packing: Individually wrapped on cheese paper with name tag