Isigny Ste-Mère from France is a dairy cooperative of local producers founded in 1932. Centuries ago the area was wetlands. But now, the local cows graze on grass that grows in the marshes, which adds a particular richness and minerality to their milk.
This Isigny Ste-Mère Brie is a soft cheese with a mould rind which is left to drain slowly, on its own. It is a close cousin to the Brie de Meaux and the Brie de Melun, that is to say that it is a very refined cheese. It has a soft and creamy heart, with a slightly salty taste. Its velvety white rind is the result of being seeded with penicillium candidum.
Product of France