Commonly considered as the “Foie Gras” of cheese, Brillat-Savarin is a “Triple-Cream” cheese, which means that it is enriched with cream. Very gourmet and buttery, this cheese will please every amateur.
Matures only a few days, to be enjoyed fresh. The maturation can take longer for those who like it stronger.
Pairing cheese and wine
The softness of this cheese matches very well with the bubbles of Champagne
Founded in 1969 by Jacques and Jacqueline Delin, the farm is located in a very gourmet region: Burgundy. The specialty of the family is to work on cheeses that are enriched with cream. Since 1990 the 3rd son of the founders took the farm over, and created many new products.
Did you know that ?
The name “Brillat-Savarin” is directly derived from the name of a famous French gastronome from the 18th century: Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. He is famous for some quotes, such as “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are”.
Commercial name :
Soft cheese with bloomy rind