Industrially produced, this soft, cows' milk cheese which is enriched with cream was invented in the mid-twentieth century by Henri Boursault in Perreux-sur-Marne in the Creuse département of Limousin. With its delicate taste, this "triple cream" is a soft, creamy cheese with a fine, bloomy rind. After twelve days of ripening, it continued his maturation in its packaging for another month. It is also known as Délice de Saint-Cyr.
Size ø 8-9 cm - 4 to 5 cm thick, weight 200 g, cylinder form, fat to dry matter content of 75%
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