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Douceur du Jura (Reblochon Type)

Douceur du Jura (Reblochon Type)

from France by Badoz
ITEM DESCRIPTION TEMP   PRICE QTY SKU
1 piece - 17.6 oz chilled   $24.50 5924101

About Douceur du Jura (Reblochon Type)

Douceur du Jura (a Reblochon cheese type) hails from one of France’s most acclaimed Alpine cheese producing regions, the Jura Mountains, near the Swiss border, where some of the most famous cheeses in France - Comte, Raclette and Morbier, among others - are produced.

A luscious cow's milk cheese, this creamy French cheese is sweet, with a mild earthy and savory flavor that’s very pleasing to most palates. With a washed rind, Douceur du Jura is a soft-ripened cheese that's full of milky and lactic flavors. It gets runnier as it ages, oozing with delicious flavor. Made in the Reblochon cheese style (a raw-milk cheese that’s not available in the US), Douceur du Jura is milder and silkier, with sweet and fruity notes. With a distinct aroma that’s not overwhelming (read: not a creamy French cheese of the stinky cheese persuasion).

Great for melting, Reblochon cheese types make for a delicious fondue or the classic Tartiflette, a famous oven-baked dish with potatoes, onions and lots of gooey melted cheese. Serve this creamy French cheese along with a Pinot Noir.


Ingredients: Pasteurized cow's milk, salt, rennet, lactic starters, E160b
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.

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Product Questions And Answers

Q: Dear CHEESE LOVER Is this cheese made by the original makers who have been forbidden to use the name because of a court case???? Harold
A: Yes, the cheese is made by the original maker (Fromagerie Badoz).

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