Trappiste de Belval cheese
- This artisan cheese is produced at Belval Abbey, in the province of Artois. Nuns came from Laval and began making cheese in 1892. Each year, 40 nuns produce 40 tons.
- Semi-hard, rind washed.
Aroma and taste
- It has a light aroma.
Strength and texture
- Medium strength. Matured for 6 weeks. It has an elastic texture with several holes and a dry, soft rind.
Shape, weight and size
- Wheel shaped, the cheese is 20cm in diameter and 4-5cm in height. Its weight is 2kg.
Coral pink rind, with an ivory interior. The wrapper is tangerine, with six blue crosses and a picture of the abbey in blue.
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