Munster, also known as Munster Géromé, is a soft, washed-crust cheese made from milk produced by cows living in the regions between Alsace-Lorraine and Franck Comte in France. Traditional Münster is protected by an Appellation d'origine Contrôlée (AOC) that the cheese made from unpasteurized cow's milk is called raw milk. Like all cheeses with washed skins, Munster has a red coating on the skin, which is slightly moist due to repeated washing. In addition to protecting the cheese, the crust is also responsible for its strong, powerful aroma and refreshing taste.
La Maison du Fromage was created in 2011 with the aim of promoting goat cheese in Pouligny Saint Pierre. It was soon discovered that this small enterprise was successful not only in producing goat cheese, but also in other types of cheeses farmed locally, crafted with the artisan skills of cheesemakers. A famous affineur MOF cheesemaker, Laetitia Gaborit, offers advice on selecting cheese for professionals. Every cheese piece has an extraordinary taste that will transform your culinary experience beyond your imagination.