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Chabichou du Poitou

Price: Regular HKD 138On sale HKD 120

by units/ 150g

Pasteurized

Goat milk

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Chabichou du Poitou

Chabichou du Poitou is produced on a small area in the Poitou, Berry and Perigord regions of France.

First, made with whole fresh goat’s milk by the monks, the cheese won Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) in 1990 a certification to guarantee product authenticity.

Then, more importantly, this cheese is produced only by a few farmsteads or cheese retailers and sells locally.

Last,  The cheese comes from raw goat’s milk; Curd is drained and cheese ages for at least 10 days.

Upon ageing, Chabichou develops a characteristic, edible wrinkled rind dotted with occasional gray patches.

Cut the cheese and it reveals a firm, creamy “bright white” interior but not before unwinding a thin buttery layer.

Even though it smells typically “goaty”, the flavours are sweet with a bit of salty and tangy edge at the end.

As the cheese ages, it becomes savory, piquant and nutty. Balance the flavours of the cheese with light white wineChampagne, and pilsner beer.

Did you know ?

This cheese is a healthy choice for cheese lovers. Indeed, Low in fat compared to cow’s milk the cheese brings great proteins a calcium to your body.

Serving Suggestions for Chabichou du Poitou

Chabichou du Poitou can be enjoyed on its own or paired with fruits and nuts.

It is delicious crumbled on salads or melted on toast. The cheese pairs well with white wine or champagne.

Chabichou du Poitou is a versatile and delicious goat cheese that is perfect for cheese boards, salads, and snacks. Its rich history, unique flavor, and health benefits make it a must-try for all cheese enthusiasts.

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