Taleggio, Brie, Camembert, Stracchino are just some examples of soft cheeses. Read our guide to disover everything about soft cheeses.
Epoisses is a French soft cheese, washed-rind, fat and short-seasoned, first produced at the beginning of the sixteenth century by the Cistercian monks living in Époisses.
The Brillat-Savarin is a fabulous cow's milk cheese from Bourgogne, created in the 1930s by affineur Henri Androuet.
Brie cheese AOC is a semi-fat cow French soft cheese hailing from the current department of Seine-et-Marne and it takes its name from the homonymous territory east of Paris.
Taleggio is a DOP Italian soft cheese from Lombardy belonging to the Stracchino cheese family. Its name comes from the valley near Bergamo it hails from.
Stracchino is a fresh very creamy soft cheese made only with the best Italian cow milk cheese in Piedmont and Lombardy. Read more about this delicious and versatile cheese.
Camembert is a French soft cheese with a typical white rind, made from raw or pasteurized cow's milk. Camembert is definitely one of the most popular French cheeses and in 1996, the Camembert de Normandie has been recognized as a DOP cheese.
Camembert taste is buttery and slightly salty. The rind of this delicious creamy cheeese is covered by a white mold and has a fruity flavor, although this is typical of artisanal Camembert.