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Vermont Creamery Bonne Bouche 4 oz

$12.99/Each






French for "tasty little bite", the Bonne Bouche is the flagship of Vermont Creamery's signature aged goat cheeses. Made with pasteurized goat's milk, the curd is carefully hand-ladled into molds, lightly sprinkled with ash, and aged just long enough to develop that signature wrinkly rind. If you've broken into a young wheel, the scent of fresh bread will waft through the air, and a fresh cream flavor envelopes the palate. Allow it to age a bit more, and those creamy notes turn into tangy, piquant flavors with an oozing creamline. Reminiscent of Loire Valley favorites like Selles Sur Cher, Bonne Bouche loves a glass of Sancerre.


Just the Facts

Country
United States
Region
Vermont
Milk Type
Goat
Pasteurization
Pasteurized
Rennet Type
Microbial
Age
1-2 months
Weight
4 oz

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