Brie De Nangis
Pronounced bree duh nahn-ZHEE...! During the Second World War, production of this French soft cheese stopped and wasn't revived until 80 years later, when Robert Rouzaire decided to unearth it's original recipe. It's name comes from the town where it is made (just southwest of Paris) and the Fromagerie Rouzire now make the cheese all year round in the region of Saine-et-Marne.
It's definitely more milder, yet more buttery than its prominent Brie De Meaux, yet it develops a luscious, mushroom flavour with age and we absolutely adore it here at HCHQ!
As with most Brie's, they like to partner up - so we recommend it with a crisp white wine or full bodied red or a heavily hopped beer.
|Country of Origin||France|
|Style of Cheese||Soft|
Keep refrigerated below 8°.
|Nutritional Info (per 100g)||
MILK, Salt, Starters, Animal Rennet
For allergens see ingredients in bold.