Maturation: 10 days
Cheese Type: Unpressed, Uncooked soft cheese with a washed rind
Pont-l’Evêque has a story that dates back to the 13th century. Surviving texts of the time specifically mention Angelot, the cheese from which Pont-l’Evêque was later developed.
“Pont” is “bridge” in French and this cheese is named after a bridge in a small seaside town between the Norman towns of Liseux and Deauville in Northwestern France.
Loved for its rich, creamy flavour and supple consistency, Pont-l’Evêque has a beige to orange rind that contributes to the full-bodied flavour of the cheese that many enjoy. Its sweet taste with varied aromas: vegetal, grassy, lactic, creamy and buttery are reminiscent of the countryside of Normandy.
After months of trying differents cheeses, cold cuts, wines, sweets, you are officialy a Cheese Master!
To show you our gratitude and that you are very special to us, this special VIP rank gives you an exclusive access to the Shop at the Monthly Offer’s price, for a period of one year!
We may also provide you with other benefits along the way, like invitation to our private events and tastings.
Your Cheese Club Team