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Brie Chevalier Fines Herbes

Brie Chevalier Fines Herbes
Photo Credit: Fromagerie de St-Hyacinthe - Agropur
  • Made from pasteurized cow's milk

  • Country of origin: Canada

  • Region: Québec

  • Type: soft, artisan

  • Fat content: 27%

  • Texture: creamy

  • Rind: natural

  • Colour: white

  • Flavour: herbaceous

  • Aroma: mild, pleasant

  • Vegetarian: no

  • Producers: Fromagerie de St-Hyacinthe - Agropur

Brie Chevalier Fines Herbes is a Brie Chevalier cheese containing fine herbs hence it is called Brie Chevalier Fines Herbes . Brie Chevalier is a French name, which means Brie Knight. This is a soft cheese made from pasteurised cow’s milk, containing a bloomy rind. Comes with a light mushroom odour with delicious hazel nut flavour. Contains 27% fat. Matures within 20-30 days. After maturing it has to undergo preservation period of around 80 days in a paper waxed between 2-4ºC. Generally cherished with soups and sandwiches. Also served with croûté bread containing nuts and fruits. One can enjoy it with double and cream-coloured triple.

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