Livarot

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With a pungent, earthy aroma, Livarot is hard to ignore. Its full, spicy flavor can also include a tongue-biting tanginess. Spread on crusty bread or as a dessert with apples, grapes and pears, Livarot goes well with a medium-bodied white wine, hard cider, or apple brandy.

Origin Normandy, France

Production & Aging Washed rind, aged 1 to 3 months

Appearance Smooth orange rind wrapped with three to five strips, pale yellow paste with scattered holes

Taste & Texture Soft paste with a full, spicy flavor and strong aroma

Wine Pairing Suggestions Red Pomerol, Tokay d'Alsace

Beer Pairing Suggestions English Pale Ale, IPA, Kolsch Ale

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