|Country of Origin||France|
|Age||1 to 2 months|
|Milk||Raw cow’s milk|
|Weight and shape||750 g (1 lb 10 oz), Round|
|Size||Diameter 18 com (7 Inches), Height 4.5 cm (2 inches)|
|Producer||Abbaye de Tamié|
|Taste||Mild, sweet, milky, nutty, fruity, earthy|
|Pairing||Apremont, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mondeuse, Merlot or Beaujolais|
|Texture||Thin leathery crust (exterior), Supple, springy texture (interior)|
In 1131, the incumbent monks in the Savoie Mountains at Tamié Abbey produce a cheese that is pretty similar to the popular Reblochon.
The cheese is subjected to regular washed in brine during the aging process.
After which, it is sold in blue paper decorated with the iconic cross of Malta.
Abbaye de Tamié Tasting Notes
Abbaye de Tamié is an orange-colored semi-soft, washed rind cheese with thin leathery crust and supple springy texture on the inside.
The cheese taste mild, milky, a little fruity and nutty sweetness with a hint of hay and fresh cream.
How to Enjoy (PAIRING)
Abbaye de Tamié is a good additional to almost every type of cheeseboard that you can think of.
It goes best with light fruity red wine and rosé Savoie wine such as Apremont or Mondeuse. Most white wines are excellent choices too.
Never go full-bodied and hard liquor with this cheese as the alcohol will overwhelm the taste of the cheese.
Also read: How to Pair Cheese With Wine (GUIDE)
We use this cheese in tartiflette and omelette and they taste absolutely wonderful.
We also love to spread the rindless part of the cheese on crispy wheat cracker for an easy and healthy treat.
Our favorite crispy wheat cracker to go along with Abbaye de Tamié:
- Delightfully thin, crispy texture
- Sprinkled with savory sea salt
- No high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils
- No artificial preservatives, flavors or colors
- Non-GMO Project Verified and Kosher
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