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Fromager d’Affinois Excellence

DonShirer | Feb 14, 201704:58 PM     2

     Most of you are probably already familiar with Fromager d’Affinois, the double-creme cheese that leaves most Bries in the dust. It is even available at many supermarkets.

     But now the producers have one-upped themselves by producing a triple-creme Fromager d’Affinois Excellence. I have only seen it in cheese specialty shops so far, probably because such soft-ripening cheeses have a short shelf-life, and it takes a knowledgeable vendor to offer them at the proper stage of ripeness.

     I've only purchased one slab so far and haven't yet decided if the extra sweetness is worth the slightly higher price, but hey, that just means my taste buds are looking forward to further tests!

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