Sliced Roquefort Cheese
What is Roquefort Cheese made out of?
This cheese is protected by AOC (PDO) guidelines. Roquefort cheese is moist and breaks into little pieces easily. Genuine Roquefort is made from sheep’s milk, and after aging for 3–5 months, the cheese is creamy with a sharp, tangy, salty flavor.
Roquefort can be paired with fruits, nuts such as almonds, walnuts, and hazelnuts, dried fruits, crackers, fresh baguette, or mixed with a salad topped with walnuts. Roquefort can also be eaten on its own if you enjoy its complex flavor or with a little touch of honey that creates a salty-sweet combination.