Bleu de Bresse refers to a Cheese from the Rhone-Alps Region of France which is a cylindrical Cheese with a soft, rich, buttery pate with a blue penicillin mould adding a mushroom flavour.

It is matured for two to four weeks so flavours blend together well.

General information:
Origin: Rhone-Alps
Cheese type: Blue cheeses
Milk type: Cow's milk

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