A traditional farmhouse-made cheese with a soft, supple texture and bloomy white rind, tinged with rust, which denotes its maturation on straw. Best eaten when moist and not too melting. Aromas are fruity – like poached apples or pears – with a deep, soothing earthiness on the palate. Pairs fantastically with beers and ciders of the region.

Camembert de Normandie