A superb goat’s milk cheese from the Berry region of France. It is strong and creamy with a wonderful aftertaste, and is lightly dusted with salted charcoal.
Ashing goat’s cheese is a practice with a long history. It was originally done to protect the curds from pests and keep them clean, but the benefits it gave to the surface moulds of the cheese – and subsequently to the flavour – has meant that the practice continues in many cheeses. The ash reduces the acidity on the surface of the cheese, which allows the white blooms to develop quicker, adding salt to the ash reduces the moisture of the cheese surface – preventing harmful bacteria from developing.
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