Ecume de Wimereux is a raw cow's milk cheese, and like a Brillat-Savarin (another super creamy, buttery cheese), it's a double cream. It's an artisanal cheese that hails from northern France in Nord-Pas-de-Calais. The town of Wimereux is on the coast of the Channel, near Calais, at about the point where the Channel is narrowest between France and England.

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ali

6 months ago

Very creamy and slightly nutty. Not overpowering funk. Looks a bit like Camembert from outside

Tony

7 months ago

Dubstep Obama

10 months ago

It was a spiritual experience. Probably my favorite ever.

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