Brie is a cheese brand that has the same name as the old French province at its place of origin. The cheese has a characteristic cream color with a yellowish tinge, has a creamy taste and a delicate flowing texture. The better Brie ripened, the less soft its crust becomes, and the specific aroma and piquant taste are enhanced.
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 in vain!), Just separate it from a piece of cheese with a knife. This gourmet cheese can be eaten on its own, but it is even better to supplement it with white crackers, French bread, pears, apples or other fruits, candied walnuts or almonds, honey, cherry jam or figs.