CHEESE THERAPY PRESENTS ARTISANS BEND

Triple Cream Brie by Bream Creek

~ Oozy indulgence you want to last forever ~

If you were to ask us for a prime example of a perfect, indulgent creamy Brie that melts on your tongue. The kind of Brie that makes time stop the moment you put a bit in your mouth. The kind of Brie that puts a big, cheese smile on your face because it's just that good! Let us tell you, this would be your answer.

PRODUCER:  Bream Creek Dairy

ORIGIN: Bream Creek, TAS, Australia

AGEING: 1-2 weeks |  MILK TYPE:    |  STRENGTH: 4/10

DRINK WITH

• Pinot Gris
• Cider
• Summer Ale

EAT WITH
• Strawberries
• Chocolate
• Fuji Apples

TASTE


Like any triple cream Brie this one melts on top of your tongue. But it tastes a bit differentl - in a great way! There is just something with this cheese that makes you want the moment to last a little bit longer, and the cheese to be a little bit bigger. Why? Because you simply can’t have enough of this indulgence.

It has a beautiful white forest of mould growing on the outside (yes do eat it, it’s delicious!) with a creamy, buttery interior. If left at room temperature before being tucked into the creamy inside of the cheese will start to ooze out.

BREAM CREEK DAIRY FACT OF THE DAY...

This is a third generation dairy farm, pretty special right! Its journey begun in 1958 when John Bignell bought acerage at Bream Creek on Tasmania’s south-east coast. He set up his own dairy with a herd of 12 cows. Being kept within the family, today they own around 800 (!!) cows and operate as a larger dairy but also artisan cheesemaker! Whilst being a dairy for many years, they only recently begun making cheese, and aren’t we lucky they did!

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