Delice de Bourgogne Triple Crème
Made from cow's milk, Délice de Bourgogne is a triple cream cheese that is matured in the cellar for a minimum of 7 days so that its bloomy rind develops.
Délice de Bourgogne is a French cheese from the Burgundy region.he Delice de Bourgogne is a cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk. With a soft paste and a bloomy rind, it is enriched with fresh cream before being refined, which explains its fat content. Due to its pasteurized side, the Delice de Bourgogne can be suitable for pregnant women looking to enjoy cheese (very fatty in the case of the delice) during pregnancy. For the more curious or cheese lovers, know that the optimal tasting period for this product is from June to November after being matured.
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|Ingredients||Pasteurized whole cow’s milk with addition of cream (origin : France)|
|Unit Size||1/4 LB|
|Dietary & Lifestyle||GMO Free|
|sellable unit||Wheel 4 pounds|
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