Le Saint Marcellin


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Its rind has a ?hay' colour, slightly wrinkled and can sometimes have some blue spots. The paste is creamy or smooth but dense. This little cheese can be enjoyed both fresh or dry.
The taste is floral, lactic and a bit tonic. It has some fresh milk and hazelnuts notes.
Contrary to its cousin le Saint Felicien, le Saint Marcellin is smaller and less creamy because the producers don?t add the milky cream in this cheese. Our Saint Marcelin, as well as our Saint Felicien, comes from the company La Mere Richard.
Raw Milk,


Cow Milk

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Le Saint Marcellin
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