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The Pouligny Saint-Pierre

Pouligny Saint-Pierre, the King of the region

The Pouligny Saint-Pierre is a raw goat milk cheese. Originating from Indres in the Central Loire Valley region, the pyramidal shape is said to have been inspired by the Pouligny Saint-Pierre bell tower. The warm climate allows the goats to produce a rich and full-flavoured milk. Once unmolded and salted the cheese is left to mature for 28 days, during which time the fine bloomy blue-ish rind develops.

The Pouligny Saint-Pierre mouthfeel is supple yet firm, revealing a freshly pronounced taste.


4 weeks

Profile and character :

Lait cru de chèvre
1 2 3

soft pâte with flowery crustiness

Tasting Advice :

Generally eaten when semi-hard, but you can allow it to mature a little longer before cutting to obtain a harder cheese. The texture will be less creamy, but the flavours more pronounced.

Region Centre
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