Mild French cheese
Reblochon de Savoie and Saint Nectaire are delicious cheeses from France with a mild flavor. Reblochon de Savoie originated in the Thônes valley in the Haute-Savoie, France. This French cheese was first produced in the 13th century, for which the farmers used a second milking, which was very rich in cream. Reblochon de Savoie is therefore a creamy, mild interior with some small holes. The cheese has a delicious creamy and nutty taste. Saint Nectaire is a semi-soft French cheese from the Auvergne region, France. Only milk from Saler's cows is used for the production of this cheese. The cheese is aged for 6 to 8 weeks on the rye reed mats in volcano caves. The cheese reveals aromas of nuts, hay, mushrooms and wild flowers.
Comté cheese and Beaufort AOP are delicious cheeses from France with a spicy taste. Comté cheese is also referred to as the "king of mountain cheeses". The cheese is aged high on a mountain in a small French village. This French cheese is related to the Swiss Gruyère and is also called "Gruyère de Comté". The cheese has a special aroma thanks to the special herbs and grasses in the fields of the French Jura. Beaufort AOP is a French cheese that has been allowed to bear the AOC quality mark since 1968. The cheese is produced within 24 hours after milking and is then aged for 6 to 18 months. It is a beautiful semi-hard cheese with a spicy taste.
Comté cheese 18 months is a delicious cheese from France with a spicy taste. This special French cheese comes from the Comté region. The cheese is aged for no less than 18 months, giving it a firm structure and a semi-hard golden-yellow rind. It has a delicious fruity, savory, nutty taste.