Crottin de Champcol is a pasteurised goats' milk cheese from the Centre region of France. It is soft when young, but firm and cakey as it ages and when well matured it is very hard and suitable for grating. Also, whilst young, it has a clean, white rind, with a creamy, nutty interior, but will become more goaty and browner in colour with age. When well ripened, it becomes hard, sometimes covered in adark mould with a strong flavour. It is produced in small cylinders, about 4cm in height and about 5cm in diameter. Depending on the age, it can weigh between 50g-85g.
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