Brillat Savarin

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Type: Soft
Milk: Pasteurised cow's milk
Rennet: Animal
Location: Burgundy, France

Brillat Savarin is a triple cream cheese, invented in the 1930s and named in honour of the gastronome Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin.

Triple cream cheeses have double cream added into full fat milk and are relative newcomers to the cheese pantheon, having been developed as a style in the late 19th century. They require a degree of skill as the high fat content of the milk requires careful handling and tastes at its best when retaining a youthful acidity. The texture of Brillat Savarin is decadently rich - almost like dense clotted cream - and it has flavours of cultured cream, butter, mushroom and a delicate lactic acidity.

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Mons Cheese

Where all other cheese companies were unable to deliver at Christmas, Mons Cheese delivered on time and provided the most amazing selection of delicious cheese - thank you so much!

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Chris George’s favourite

I’d heard from renowned cheese expert Chris George that Brillat Savarin was his favourite cheese, scoring it a 3.6 I believe on one round of grading. From this I had to purchase it.

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Fantastic

Thank you so much Mons for your prompt and professional deliveries in this busy and incredibly challenging 2020 holiday! The cheeses--as always--are amazing. You are my favourite cheesemonger!