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Rocamadour 20g

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Made near the town of Rocamadour in Lot, in the southwest corner of France. This tiny disk is creamy and mild with a lingering, slightly nutty aftertaste. It's perfect on a cheeseboard and great for grilling on a salad. 

Try pairing with Sancerre.

Country of Origin:France
Style of Cheese:Aged Fresh
Milk:Goat
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:Yes

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