Brie is a soft cow’s-milk cheese named after the French region of the same name, from where the cheese originated. There are many types of Brie cheese available, varying in milk type, butterfat content, and aging. Saint Rocco Triple Creme Brie is a soft ripened, un-pressed cheese made from cow’s milk. The cheese has a snowy white rind flora which develops after the cheese is sprayed with penicillium candidum. The paste of the cheese is rich, with a glossy, straw colored appearance. The flavor of this triple cream Brie is buttery with a full flavor that is fruity with a mild tanginess and mushroomy notes. It’s high butterfat content lends this Brie it's creamy and buttery melt-in-your-mouth texture and flavor, with the cheese’s plump and smooth paste. Each wheel is aged at least two weeks, and comes conveniently packed in an eight ounce cheese wheel. Produced by Old Europe Cheese in Benton Harbor, Michigan under the Reny Picot Brand.
Looking for some ways to use brie? Check out our Un-BRIE-lieveable Appetizers post on our recipe blog!
Region: Benton Harbor, MI
Milk Type: Cow
Rennet Type: Vegetarian
Age: 2+ weeks
Ingredients: Pasteurized cow's milk, cream, cultures, salt, enzymes
2019 World Dairy Expo - Brie & Camembert Category - 1st Place