Brillât Savarin with truffle

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One day, I tasted Brillât Savarin… A mild and fine cheese, I understood why it was considered the foie gras of cheeses. The Savarin brilliance perfectly conveys the taste of truffles.

Quantity

Raw cow's milk cheese enriched with cream, Brillat Savarin is the oldest of the triple creams.

This means that it contains at least 75% fat.

Described as the "foie gras of cheeses", this cheese appeared on the tables during meals of high gastronomic level.

Data sheet

Type of milk
cow
Label
IGP
geographic origin
Bourgogne
view
Slight white floral rind. Thin and homogeneous clear ivory paste.
taste
Slightly acidic with a hint of salt. Melting texture.
nose
Smell of cream or fresh butter.
type of milk
raw milk
Intensity
Soft and Fresh
Affinage
5 to 10 days

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Brillât Savarin with truffle

One day, I tasted Brillât Savarin… A mild and fine cheese, I understood why it was considered the foie gras of cheeses. The Savarin brilliance perfectly conveys the taste of truffles.

Write your review