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Brie Cheese

When in doubt about what cheeses to add to the cheeseboard, you can never go wrong with Brie. Creamy and smooth, this gourmet French cheese is a real crowd-pleaser that is just as much at home paired with some crackers as when tossed with a salad or elevating a sandwich. An essential addition to any cheese plate and an excellent appetizer in its own right, be sure to browse through our entire selection of Brie cheese below!
1 - 12 of 12 products:
Brie Mon Sire
from France by Mon Sire
A creamy and supple texture, a subtle but wonderful flavor characterizes our Brie Mon Sire.
4.5 out of 5 stars rating (7 reviews)
Camembert Royal Faucon
from France by Royal Faucon
A lush, creamy and buttery cow's milk cheese, this Camembert from Normandy has a mild flavor that finishes smoothly on the palate.
4.5 out of 5 stars rating (32 reviews)
Brie De Meaux - 50% (pre order)
from France by Rouzaire
Arguably the most popular of French cheeses, this Brie has a velvety taste and bears the AOC standard, undisputable mark of quality.
4.5 out of 5 stars rating (2 reviews)
Prefere des Nos Montagnes
from France by Fromi
A cow's milk cheese from the Jura mountains very similar to the Reblochon.
4.5 out of 5 stars rating (6 reviews)
Gres Champenois
from France by Fromagers de Chevillon
Made by an award-winning French dairy, this cow's milk cheese is creamy with a touch of tart
4 out of 5 stars rating (2 reviews)
French Brie
from France by Mon Sire
This French Brie is a prized item for food lovers throughout France.
 
Fromager D'Affinois
from France by Guilloteau
A double cream cheese similar to Brie by Fromagerie Guilloteau.
 
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Brie De Nangis - PRE ORDER -
from France by Rouzaire
An artisan cheese, this is a smaller and younger version of Brie de Meaux
 
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Camembert Le Chatelain (pre order)
from France by Le Chatelain
Deceptively similar to your average Camembert, le Chatelain has a stronger, more intense flavor.
 
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Rouzarie Fougerus Fern French Cheese | Buy Online Gourmet Food Store
from France by Rouzaire
A wonderful Brie-like creamy cheese with a bloomy rind decorated by aromatic fern leaves.
 
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Coulommiers Rouzaire (pre order)
from France by Rouzaire
This cheese is part of the Brie family, and has a delicate hint of sweet almonds.
 
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Camembert Rustique - Pre Order -
from France by Rustique
From the milk of Normandy cows, coveted AOC-awarded Camembert has the characteristic mold-covered rind.
 
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About Our Brie

How to Serve Brie

When planning to serve Brie, take it out of the refrigerator approximately an hour before you plan to enjoy it. This will allow the cheese to come to room temperature, enhancing both its flavors and maximizing its creamy characteristics.

Present your wheel or wedge of cheese alongside a knife and your chosen accompaniments. We love serving Brie alongside artisan crackers, crusty pieces of bread, fruit preserves, and honey. To help your guests feel comfortable serving themselves, be sure to cut a couple of portions first; this will relieve any anxiety your guests may feel about making the first cut. If presenting a wedge, be sure to cut alongside the length of the cheese rather than cutting off the tip. The center of the cheese is the most flavorful portion; by slicing along the side, everyone gets to taste the whole spectrum of flavor in your brie cheese.

Can You Eat Brie Rind?

The short answer is yes! In fact, some consider it gauche not to. With its creamy, luxurious insides and sliceable bloomy rind this French cheese practically begs to be eaten. While some cheeses have rinds you’d rather leave behind, Brie is not one of them. Slightly firmer in texture, the rind provides all the flavors of this delicious cheese at their most intense. The perfect compliment to the mild scoopable paste, be sure to get both in your bite.

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