Brie (fr. Brie) is a type of cheese that has the same name as the old French province, according to its place of origin. The cheese has a characteristic creamy color with a yellowish tinge, creamy taste and delicate fluid consistency.
Brie Le Maubert is softer and more delicate than classic brie. In addition, its aroma is significantly subtler. The better the Brie ripens, the less soft its crust becomes, and the specific aroma and piquant taste intensify.
At a banquet or party, this type of cheese is usually served in slices, along with a crust. If you don’t like to eat it or don’t even want to try it (and completely in vain!), Just use a knife to separate it from the piece of cheese.