Comox Brie is a soft bloomy rind cheese that takes its name after Comox, a small town near Courtenay, Vancouver Island. This is also the hometown of Natural Pastures Cheese Company, the maker of the cheese.Comox Brie exemplifies how authentic Brie should be. It has a thin and moist downy white rind, a traditional, gentle yet slightly buttery taste, pungent & mushroomy aromas and delightful, creamy texture that becomes runny over time as the cheese ripens from outside in. This is an award winning cheese having been a finalist at the 2011 Canadian Cheese Grand Prix and won gold medal at the 2008 World Championship.
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This Brie is relatively dry even slightly chewy. The blooming rind looks like wet paper stuck outside. The flavor is a bit more “raw” with lots of grass, cabbage, broccoli but those notes are much more mild than a Camembert. It is also slightly meaty and leathery. It is quite special for a Brie cheese.