Semi-soft cheese with a firm golden-orange washed rind, vibrant, bound with five strips of raffia, giving it its nickname “The Colonel." Colloquially referred to as 'the poor man's meat,' the texture is supple and springy, with scattered pinholes, a pungent aroma and a rather spicy, unctuous profile, requiring a bold red wine, a strong cider, or a slug of Calvados (try our farmhouse Pierre Bauche apple or pear variety).
||1 -3 month
||creamy, open, smooth and springy
citrusy, full-flavored, nutty, spicy