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Fourme d'Ambert

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This cheese comes from the Auvergne region of France. It is sometimes referred to as the 'connoisseur's blue cheese' because it is not an aggressive-tasting blue cheese.  It has a firm, buttery, rich texture and quite a subtle flavour. Its shape makes it an attractive addition to a cheese board.

We love this cheese with Stout beer or dessert wines, but also some full bodied reds such as Rhones. A little drizzle of honey with truffles is also a great addition.

Country of Origin:France
Style of Cheese:Blue
Milk:Cow
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:No

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