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🇫🇷 1/4 brie de meaux PDO 700g

🇫🇷 1/4 brie de meaux PDO 700g



  • Information:

    👨‍🌾 Direct producer:

    Dough: soft dough with a bloomy or natural rind

    Milk: raw cow

    Net weight: 700g

    🗺 Region: Meaux - Seine et Marne

  • History:

    Brie de Meaux is a soft cow's milk cheese with a bloomy rind. Its name comes from the region of Brie and the town of Meaux located in Seine-et-Marne.
    It has benefited from an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) since 1980 and an Appellation d'Origine Protégée (AOP) since 1996.
    It has the shape of a flat cylinder with a diameter of 36 to 37 centimeters. It weighs between 2.6 and 3.3 kilograms.
    Brie de Meaux has a thin, white rind, dotted with streaks or red spots.
    Its cream-colored paste is homogeneous.
    At 4 weeks of ripening, Brie de Meaux is a quarter-ripened cheese (ie 25% minimum of its height). It has a milky taste and can be slightly salty with a hint of bitterness.
    Between 4 and 6 weeks, it slowly refines from the rind to the heart, its consistency changes from brittle to supple. Its aroma develops gradually.
    After 6 to 8 weeks, the Brie de Meaux is fully ripened, its consistency is supple; it has a subtle aroma of cream, butter and hazelnut.

  • best before:

    Best before: 04/24/2021