Thursday, July 12, 2018

Saint agur

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Saint Agur is a French blue cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk. This cheese was first made in 1986 by a large French cheese company called Bongrain.

Saint Agur cheese making is only done in a small village called Monts du Velay in the Auvergne region. This cheese is suitable for consumption along with red wine, with bread as a snack or served in a salad.

This cheese is hard to find and has a very sharp and spicy taste after going through the maturation process. The texture of the Saint Agur cheese is moist and full of cream. This cheese is softer than other blue cheese from France. In this cheese there are blue mushrooms that are spread evenly. The shape of this cheese is unique because it is octagonal.