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Fourme D'Ambert

Fourme d'Ambert is one of France's oldest cheeses. Made from cow's milk, its production dates from the Roman occupation of France 1,000 years ago, when it was reportedly made by mountain-dwellers in the lush, green, volcanic Auvergne region.

Flavors are smooth, forward and very balanced. There are distinct notes of butter and cream that complement the spicy blue mold.