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Raclette with black truffles – 150g

價格: 原價 HKD 102

Order by weight – 150G/pack (Should you prefer a big piece with your requested weight, Please do let us know this remarks on “Remarks” column”.)

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Raclette with black truffles.

Selling price is per 150g but you can pre-order any requested quantities and we slice freshly from the whole wheel for you.

A semi-hard paste mountain cheese found in the French Alps.

Located at the border with the Swiss Alps, the region is famous for its altitude melted cheeses. Raclette with black Truffles will have a  subtle earthy notes and a powerful perfume to the cheese.

Raclette is a semi-hard cheese made on both sides of the French and Swiss Alps. It uses ancestral methods with unpasteurised milk of cows grazing on the alpine meadows.

The name Raclette comes from the French word ‘racler’, which means ‘to scrape’. The cheese has got a thin, brownish-orange coloured rind. It also have a pale yellow pate with a few and scattered open holes. It is has a very distinctive pleasant, aromatic smell with a creamy texture, similar to Gruyere cheeses, which does not separate even when melted. The flavour can vary from nutty, slightly acidic to milky.

French Raclettes are soft with a smooth and creamy flavour. Also named after a traditional dish from the Alps mountains where the cheese is melted in front of a fire or a special machine and the melted parts are scraped onto diner’s plates. It is then served with small potatoes, gherkins, pickled onions and air dried meat called Viande des Grisons.

A seasonal special to enjoy with the Traditional Raclette or Smoked Raclette.  Also pairs wonderfully with wines from Savoie.

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