Janier Saint Marcellin IGP
Pack of 80gr – Janier Saint Marcellin IGP
THE JANIER FAMILY- EXCELLENCE BY THE REQUIREMENT OF ITS ORIGIN
Beginning from the grandfather; Clément-Félix JANIER, from Jura and located in “LES JANIER”, in a small place called Piards, close to Prénovel, traveling to Lyon with his cheeses: “Compté”. Noël, son of Clément, fell in love with the cheese industry as a kid, joined and helped the family business. Several experiences allowed the success of the famous “Bleus d’Auvergne” and “Camemberts”.
Produced in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, Janier Saint Marcellin IGP is a delicate little cheese that requires protection from the world.
The rind of this cheese is almost non-existent at room temperature, and once warmed, even the gentlest prod of a cracker causes it to burst forth a fountain of sensuously unctuous cream.
To celebrate this cheese in all its glory, it can be lightly warmed in the oven, a task for which its little crock is perfectly suited. Just slide it into a moderately hot oven for a few minutes and serve it with a crusty french bread or crackers.
Bloomy Rind – Also known as surface ripened cheese. It refers to cheese which are ripened from the outside of it with a delicate creamy texture on the inside, while it being slightly firm in the middle.
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