Monday, November 2, 2015

Forsyth Cheese Feature: Rudolphe Le Meunier Cremeaux des Citeaux

Come in for taste triple cream lovers!

Fantastic new TRIPLE CREAM!
Rudolphe Le Meunier

Cremeaux des Citeaux
The Crémeux des Cîteaux is a triple cream cheese that takes its name from the Cistercian abbey in Gilly-lès-Cîteaux in Burgundy and located founded by Cistercian monks in 1098. The name comes from the creamy texture of the cheese when is mature. The Crémeux des Cîteaux is made from whole cow's milk selected among the best pastures of Burgundy by the only cheese factory located in Gilly-les-Cîteaux since 1969.

Made in the spirit of a Brillat-Savarin, the Crémeux des Cîteaux sports a virgin rind and an ivory interior that feels whipped cream. The secret of this cheese is that it must be extensively refined to obtain this concentrate the flavor and creamy texture in the mouth.
Taste and texture:  The Crémeux des Cîteaux has a milky aroma and butter. More cheese is matured, its flavor is more refined and the taste will linger in your mouth.This is a cream cheese which spontaneously and slowly flows into the spoon when it is refined.

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