- Bethmale cheese is named after the village where it is produced in the arrondissement of Foix. It is said to have been a favorite of Louis VI, who passed through the area in the twelfth century.
- Semi-hard, brushed rind, pressed, uncooked.
Aroma and taste
- An aroma of cellars, very mild taste.
Strength and texture
- Mild. Matured for 2-3 months. Holey texture.
Shape, weight and size
- It is cylindrical with a diameter of 25-40cm, a height of 8-10cm and a weight of 3.5 to 6kg.
Orange-brown rind, straw coloured interior. The cheese is regularly brushed and turned during maturation.
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