Washed Rind Cave

Washed Rind Cheese
Washed Rind Cheese


Washed Rind Cheese


Washed Rind Cheese

Washed Rind Cave

As its name suggests, the cheeses in this cave are washed in a salt solution—typically water, brine, or alcohol—which inhibits the development of mold while promoting yeast and bacterial growth, and results in each cheese being imbued with a distinct, new flavor. This cave involves the most active form of affinage, due to the necessary intervention of the affineur in the washing process.

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