The Farm House Natural Cheeses

Brie - Farm House

Handmade using traditional methods, the authentic, naturally-ripened Farm House Brie has a soft and bloomy rind with an enticing truffle aroma.

Made by The Farm House Natural Cheeses

The Farm House Natural Cheeses is located in the lush Fraser Valley of British Columbia. It is a family farm that is also home to Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows that provide all the milk used to make their cheese.

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About this cheese

Handmade using traditional methods, the authentic, naturally-ripened Farm House Brie has a soft and bloomy rind with an enticing truffle aroma that surrounds a smooth and runny interior.

Pair it with...

food

Serve with kiwi fruit.

wine

Pair with sparkling cider.

See pairings article

beer

Pair with fruity beers.

wine

Pair with a dry white wine, such as Chardonnay.

See pairings article

Additional Information

Family Brie
Texture Soft
Province British Columbia
Rind type Bloomy
Milk type Pasteurized
Moisture 50%
Milk fat 28%
Distribution Provincial

Keeping Cheese

Storage

Young Brie cheeses will keep in the refrigerator for about 1 month. If the cheese is ripe and kept under good conditions, it will last for about 2 weeks.
Brie cheeses are at their best when they emit an aroma of mushrooms and the rind gives when pressed slightly under your finger. A very strong smell or an ammonia-like odour is a sign that the cheese is overripe.

Store your Brie in its original wrapping or rewrap in plastic wrap to prevent damage and drying. Make sure the wrapping adheres well to the cheese.

Freezing

Freezing is not recommended for Soft cheeses.

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