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Vermont Creamery Bonne Bouche 4oz

$15.00/Each




Bonne Bouche is a delicate puck of cheese made with pasteurized goat’s milk and sprinkled with a light layer of vegetable ash. A thin, wrinkly, gray-mottled rind encases silky, intensely creamy paste with flavors of freshly baked bread and zippy lemon curd. Inspired by cheeses from France’s Loire Valley, Bonne Bouche is divine with a glass of crisp French white and Murray's Sliced Speck.


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Just the Facts

Country
United States
Region
Vermont, Northeast
Milk Type
Goat
Pasteurization
Pasteurized
Rennet Type
Microbial
Age
2 Weeks
Weight
4 oz

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