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Tomme de Chevre a la Truffe

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Tomme de Chevre Grand-Mere Adrienne  a la truffe(Grandmother Adrienne) is a semi-soft artisan goat cheese from the Loire Valley region of France. Its bloomy, ashy rind is blueish-gray and boasts very strong, goaty aroma. The center is moist and fudge-like, becoming more runny and elastic as you make your way towards the rind. Once you taste the creamy texture you’ll notice fruity and hazelnut flavors with notes of lemon and buttermilk. This time comes a this beautiful truffle version with a solid line of truffle striping the middle of the cheese.

This delicate, citrusy cheese is made with fresh, locally sourced goat’s milk as the Fromagerie P. Jacquin & Son has for over sixty years. It’s aged for two weeks, then covered in ash. All cheeses from the fromagerie are hand-ladled into molds and are made with the same traditional recipes that have been passed down in the Loire Valley for generations.

Country of Origin:France
Style of Cheese:Soft
Milk:Goat
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:No

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