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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

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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Sarlet – Chevrefeuille

This goat’s milk gem shows a fudgy center with a softer paste developing beneath the wrinkly, bloomy rind. You will first notice its bright, tangy sour cream flavors, finishing with a hint of yeasty bread dough. Sarlet comes to us from the goat cheese experts at Chevrefeuille in the Aquitaine region of France.

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Soumaintrain – Gaugry

Soumaintrain was created over 100 years ago in Burgundy, France. It is washed only in brine and displays a supple texture with a dense interior. This cow’s milk offering is initially vegetal, nutty and slightly floral. It has a restrained funk and finishes with flavors of mushrooms and beef gravy.

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Fin Briard Truffle – Rouzaire

This bloomy-rind truffle cheese has a flavor that, even those who don’t like truffle, may appreciate. This is produced in the Île-de-France region, and displays flavors of butter, cream and earth.

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Graine au Lait des Vosges – Haxaire

This adorably petite washed-rind option reveals flavors of peanuts, smoked sausage and fermented fruit. Graine au Lait de Vosges is made in Alsace amongst the Vosges Mountains near the German border.

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l’Ami du Chambertin – Gaugry

L’Ami du Chambertin is washed in Marc de Bourgogne and inspired by the female cheesemakers of the Côte d’Or in Burgundy, France. Its paste has a cakey interior and restrained pungency. You will notice flavors of almond butter, wine, beef and hay and a bright, lactic finish.

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