Thursday, July 12, 2018


saint-marcellin  -

Saint-Marcellin is a French cheese made with cow's milk or raw goat's milk. This cheese has been served in the kingdom since 1461. At that time goat milk is used to make this cheese but cow's milk is already often used today.

The texture of the young Saint-Marcellin cheese varies from dense to moist. Meanwhile, the flavor of the young cheese is light and slightly salty. When it is cooked, this cheese has a flavor that is like leaven.

The leather cheese section of Saint-Marcellin is covered with Geotrichum mushrooms. The cheese has a shape like a small wheel and is packed in clay pots. One weighs about 3 ounces of Saint-Marcellin cheese.