St. Felicien

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St. Felicien cheese is a soft-ripened, cow's milk cheese that originated in the Rhône-Alpes region of France. It is named after the town of St. Felicien, which is located in the Ardèche department of France.

St. Felicien cheese is similar in style to another French cheese called Brie, but it is smaller and has a creamier texture. It is aged for about four weeks and has a bloomy rind that is white in color. The cheese has a mild and buttery flavor with a slightly tangy finish.

St. Felicien cheese is best enjoyed at room temperature and is often served as a dessert cheese or as part of a cheese board. It pairs well with fruit, nuts, and bread, as well as with a variety of wines, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Beaujolais.


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