Ile de France
Brie 8 oz
Ile de France was the first Brie ever to be imported in America. Since 1936, Ile de France bring the king of French cheese to your table.
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Ile de France Brie
Ile de France Brie was the first brie ever imported in the USA, in 1936, abroad the Ile de France Ocean Liner. First Cruise Ship equipped with refrigeration system. Today, Ile de France still bring their craftsmanship to your table in the form of a delicious, sweet Brie. Discover its creamy goodness, smooth on the tongue with hints of mushrooms and hazelnuts.
Brie, the queen of cheeses
While traditional Brie is a soft-ripened cheese that comes in a large, sometimes unpractical diameterBrie follows the same recipe in a format that , if the taste is just as good, why call it Baby Brie, and not just “Brie”? Because of regulations and an interesting piece of history about Brie.
Historically, Brie used to come in varying sizes, depending on the quantity of milk available in the farm that produced it. The bigger the Brie, the grander the cheesemaker, which is why the regulation diameter for Brie is 8.6 inches and above. Smaller Bries are therefore called “Baby Bries”, or “Petit Bries”.
In two sizes, to meet all your creamy cravings
On Cheese lover Shop You can find this Ile de France cheese available in two sizes: Ile de France Baby Brie 13.2 oz, and Ile de France Brie 8 oz. This 8oz creamy delight won silver in the World Championship Cheese Contest of 2020, held In Madison, WI .
If you want smaller bites and individual portions, you’ll be glad to discover Ile de France’s individual Brie bites.
What to pair Ile de France’s Brie with?
Ile de France’s Brie is delightful just as it is, on country bread, which will complement this cheese’s slightly nutty taste. You can also add it to your delicatessen boards, your pasta dishes or spread it on hot toasts, to let it fully melt and flavor your meal.
Ingredients: Pasteurized milk and cream, salt, cheese cultures, enzymes, penicillium candidum and geotrichum (harmless white molds).