is one of the most famous cheeses in the world, and may just be
famous blue cheese. Aged in caves tucked into the
Combalou mountains in France for centuries, i
t was the first cheese in history to be protected by decree!
The high fat content in Roquefort's raw sheep's milk helps it develop a soft, creamy texture with a rich milky flavor. While the blue mold gives Roquefort its distinctive tangy, aromatic bite and slightly crumbly texture.
Crumble it on a salad, pile it on a burger, or combine bread, Roquefort, and honey for a decadent snack. No matter how you serve it, you won't be disappointed!