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  • L'Abbaye de Belloc
11.90 €

250g
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L'Abbaye de Belloc

Maturation


3 months

Profile and character :

Lait cru de brebis
Intensity
1 2 3

uncooked, presse hard cheese

Region Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Jurançon
Pain aux noix


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