Soft and sticky Coloummiers is a cousin of brie. It’s nuttier with a thicker crust, but beautifully rich and mushroomy with a delicate touch of sweet almonds.
Made in Ile de France in the heart of brie country, Coloummiers is named after the market town where it was traditionally sold. It’s said to be older than brie, so if you haven’t tried it yet, it’s probably about time you treated yourself to a good wedge of ripe and runny Coulommiers.
What with? Coulommiers is very happy with a good Chianti. Add some fresh figs and pears, some walnut crackers and feast away!