Soft and Washed Rind Cheeses
Famous since the time of Charlemagne, Brie de Meaux is the classic and original Brie cheese, made just outside Paris in the Île-de-France. It was famously crowned the ‘king of cheeses’ by Talleyrand in the 1814 Congress of Vienna.
Some struggle to tell the difference between Brie and Camembert. Despite both being made from cows’ milk and both being soft cheeses, they are, however, quite different.
- Wrapped in a chestnut leaf, this goats’ cheese is nutty and complex.The Fine Cheese Co.£8.20
- A delightfully rich and creamy cheese, with a silky-smooth, unctuous texture.The Fine Cheese Co.£4.75
- An unpasteurised, small, firm French goats cheese, with an intense flavour.The Fine Cheese Co.£3.95
- An ashed, soft and delicate goats' milk pyramid from the Loire.The Fine Cheese Co.£5.45
- A soft, creamy and delicate cheese from Champagne, with an 'appley' aroma.The Fine Cheese Co.£7.50
- Delicious unctuous goats’ cheese from the Poitou region of France.The Fine Cheese Co.£7.60