Buche de Chevre is an exquisite soft-ripened cheese made from goat's milk and produced in the Poitou-Charentes region in the Loire Valley of central France. A log-shaped chevre cheese, it is ripened for a minimum 7 days rendering the exterior a crusty and hard edible rind with a classic, bloomy mold. The white pate of Buche de Chevre reveals a complex yet typical, bold taste of French goat cheeses underlined by sweet notes of caramel. Soft and creamy with a flaky centre, the cheese instantly melts in the mouth.Buche de Chevre can be served warm on salads or with fruits for dessert. It could also be used as a dressing for quiches and canapés. Its delightful blend of flavour and texture goes well with a Beaujolais or red wine.

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26 ratings

sally

5 months ago

Stinky, goaty, creamy, and delicious. Unusual texture - creamy like a soft brie on the outside, with a soft and crumbly center (like a standard chèvre). March 2022, part of the goat cheese birthday assortment Gramma and Grampa gave J.

binte

6 months ago

Stellaaa

a year ago

The goat cheese flavor is quite strong and slightly sweet. The rind is even edible and carries a distinct flavor. I would say the texture feels a bit too “sandy” or “blocky” for raw tasting. Maybe better with a salad like Feta.

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