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Bayonne 12 Month Ham

Somewhat analogous to Prosciutto di Parma and Serrano, differing microclimates, feed, and aging processes produce similar yet distinct flavor profiles for the three. Bayonne ham is generally sweeter and less salty than its Italian and Spanish cousins

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Cremeux de Bourgogne Mini

One of the smallest family producers in Bourgogne perfected this modern twist on a classic French Triple Crème in 2005. Cremeux marries the silky texture of Brillat-Savarin with the useful format and durability of retail favorite Delice de Bourgogne. A true cheesemongers Triple-Crème.

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Brie Chevre Ferme de Jouvance

The goats of Ferme de Jouvance provide top-quality milk for a surprisingly clean tasting Chevre Brie. It has a nice tang up front and a smooth buttery finish, without any aggressive goatiness. The paste is uniform, soft but not runny, beneath a delicate bloomy rind.

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Brie Fermier Ferme de Jouvance

Brie Fermier is assertive, complex and unforgettable. Our staff praised its buttery texture, oozy at the rind with a firmer center that softens and runs as it reaches peak ripeness. The sweet cream and button mushroom flavors characteristic of a well-made brie are deepened by a distinct vegetal note, with hints of asparagus, broccoli and tomato. The thin but toothy rind adds a...

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Camembert Fermier Ferme de Jouvance

This smaller-format Camembert Fermier echoes the mushroom and butter flavors of the Brie Fermier but with the vegetal notes toned down. Its aroma is mustier, with a suggestion of herbs. The texture is more uniform, on the springy side but still creamy.

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Persille de Chevre Ferme de Jouvance

The ash-rinded Persille de Chevre is a rich and hearty goat blue. The goat flavor is more pronounced here, with more aggressive salt and a nice peppery finish.

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Campagnier

Campagnier has a washed rind tinted with annatto for extra color. It has the signature silky texture of d’Affinois with a subtle meaty flavor and pleasant fruitiness—the perfect washed rind for the funk-phobic customer.

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Le Fleur Bleue – Ferme Jouvence – currently unavailable

This very unique combination of goat’s milk and blue mold is covered in an ashed bloomy rind. Despite how powerful this cheese may sound, it is actually quite mild, with notes of hay and earth, and a dense interior. Le Fleur Bleue is produced in Rambouillet, in the Île-de-France region.

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Rond des Vignes – Lincet

This cheese comes to us from the Burgundy region. Made from cow’s milk, this washed-rind cheese is fruity, floral and woodsy with a lingering smoked meat finish. Its supple texture and small format make it an easy sell in your cheese case.

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