Phoques Cove Camembert is a mild, buttery Brie made using traditional techniques. It is named after the cove located on the north-western tip of King Island.
Did you know? Although similar to Brie, Camembert was popularised in the village of Camembert in Normandy, France and was first made in a small round, whereas Brie was made in a larger wheel.
Top Tip: Perfect served with leg ham or smoked salmon and crusty baguette. Also try it with fresh strawberries, nectarines and fruit bread.
Sizes available: 200g, 1kg