Finally the French Le Chatelain Brie arrived back at your co-op. It’s deliciously creamy and ready to eat. Costs around $6 each. Often, the French-made Bries available in U.S. markets are weak approximations of the classic cheese. Fortunately, we found Brie le Chatelain.
Brie le Chatelain is a soft, bloomy rind cheese from France. This cheese uses pasteurized cow’s milk from cows grazing in the Vosges region. Brie le Chatelain was developed expressly to meet the United States’ market restrictions and recently won a prestigious award in France. It is a very good substitute for the classic foreign favorite.
More member requests for cheeses. Rumiano Organic Pepper Jack Sliced Cheese and Castello Danablu Blue Cheese