Maroilles has a brick-red, smooth rind that is salt-water washed. Sticky and creamy, its aroma is famously pungent. Because of its strong sweetness it is best paired with beer, cider, or champagne rather than wine.
Production & Aging 3 to 5 weeks to ripen. 4 months aging. Regular brushing and washing in brine will determine its quality.
Appearance Wonderful brick red washed rind
Taste & Texture Its pâté is golden, soft and oily. Maroilles has a sweet taste that linger in the mouth.
Beer Pairing Suggestions Bière de Garde, Farmhouse Ale, Saison, Sour