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Morbier Cheese, Traditional semi soft french cheese with a layer of ash

Morbier Cheese, Traditional semi soft french cheese with a layer of ash

£2.84 per 100g

Pongy, fruity and gentle

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    * We're having a bit of trouble getting Morbier intemittently at the moment, please indicate in the message to the cheese shop in the checkout a suitable alternative if we have none - tallegio and raclette are similar.*

    Morbier cheese is a semi soft french cheese with a layer of ash in. Brine washed it is a medium strength cheese. Morbier was traditionally made with the left over milk used to make Comte (as it takes about 50l to make one of those!) This milk was put into a mould and sprinkled with wood ash to deter pests and moulds.  The cheese would be topped up with the mornings milk, giving the distinctive line of ash that runs through the cheese.  Washed in brine as it matures, the sticky fragrant rind is formed with sometimes a slightly crunchy texture - its all perfectly edible! The farmers discovered that as the Morbier takes a much shorter time to mature than the Comte`, it was actually a good source of income and so the Morbier industry was born.

    Made in the Moez region of the Jura Mountains, Morbier is a lovely fruity semi hard cheese with a fairly delicate but distinctive flavour and a lovely fragrant rind.


    Milk Type : Cow's milk

    Pasteurisation : Unpasteurised

    Rennet type : Animal Rennet

    Flavour : Medium

    Country of Origin : France

    Brand : French AOC

    Product Code : MTCS456a

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    Perfect cheese, tasty, good conservation

    Charles Touchard | London | October 2021

    Difficult to stop eating this. It is very flavourful but subtle

    All good

    Melanie Elliston | Cumbria | January 2022

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    I am not sure about this one let's just say it's an acquired taste

    Alan James Dudman | London | October 2023