April 28, 2005
Délice de Bourgogne
Posted by Gordon Smith

Known as the "delight of Burgundy," this mild, brie-like cheese is unbelievably rich and delicious. It is a "triple cream" (Fromage à trois), meaning that extra cream is added to the curd during production. It is this step that distinguishes the triple cream cheeses from ordinary Brie or Camembert. Technically, a "triple cream" must contain at least 72% fat. No wonder! Here is a nice review of Délice de Bourgogne from the Gourmet Foodstore.

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