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The aromas and flavours are relatively mild with well-defined fruity and nutty characters. It has a sharp, slightly bitter, but not overpowering taste.
The Maker says…
Le Bleu de Gex is a semi-soft unpasteurised cow’s milk cheese.
Bleu de Gex is the work of the monks of the Saint-Claude Abbey in Franche-Comté. The cheese is also known as Bleu de Septmoncel. It obtained a registered designation of origin (AOC) in 1977 before gaining a protected designation of origin (AOP) in 1996. It was introduced to the royal court of France in 1530 thanks to Charles V, a legendary cheese lover.
The French Comte
The French Comté was created by Florent, native from the Franche-Comté region near the Swiss border in French Jura Mountains with a passion for food, wine and the artisan traditions of their region.
He comes from a long line of farmers, butchers and craftsmen who have been producing thRead more