Petit Pont L'Eveque
This French cheese dates back to the seventh century, when it took on the name of the village where it was made: Pont-l'Évêque. It obtained A.O.C. rating in 1976.
Greatly appreciated by cheese lovers, Pont-l'Évêque gets its taste from the gentle sun and humidity that produce the lush green grass in Normandie. The taste is creamy, finely textured and smooth. With aromatic flavours of cooked milk and barnyard, it has undertones of hazelnut and brassicas. As the cheese ripens, the rind takes on an orangish colour, with a paste that is soft and yellow.