Goat Brie is cow's milk Brie's more interesting cousin. Formed into individual rounds, these cheeses are creamy and mild, yet have the unmistakable delicate tang of goat's milk. They make an elegant sandwich with thinly sliced ham and French mustard, can be used in a decadent mac and cheese, or simply served as a snack with grapes or pear slices.
Origin Rhône-Alpes region, France
Production & Aging Coating the fresh wheels with penicillium candidum creates the supple rind. Aged for up to 12 weeks
Appearance Its tidy shape is coated in a layer of thin white, lightly fuzzy mold
Taste & Texture Silky and smooth, with buttery, yet more pronounced flavors than cow’s milk Brie