December 31, 1969
If you're a fan of rich, plush cheeses, I have three words for you: Délice de Bourgogne. Produced in Burgundy, this fine French cheese has a handful of exciting flavors hiding beneath its bloomy rind: salty, sour, and tart, with an intoxicating sweetness that wraps the whole thing together. The cheese's voluptuous texture is often the first (and last) thing people remember about this creamy treat.
Délice de Bourgogne, a classic triple cream, is made w
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