Let yourself be seduced by this delicate, subtle cheese, the recipe for which dates back to the twelfth century. This cheese proudly bears the name of the village and valley it comes from, a region nestled in the north of the Haute-Savoie department of France, near the Swiss border. Do you love Beaufort ? Then be tempted by Abondance, which has the same features with its concave rind, but is less thick than its cousin.
It stands out for its light hazelnut taste. It can be enjoyed for an aperitif or towards the end of a meal on a cheeseboard.