Do you know the name of the two most famous type of Brie? I'll share it with you: Brie de Meaux and Brie de Melun both made with raw milk and both originated in the Brie region located East of Paris.
Président® Double Crème BrieMild Sharp
"It’s possible that Brie is the most famous of French cheeses—or at least, the most versatile! Growing up, my mother often slipped a few slices into a simple baguette sandwich, and it was always in our refrigerator, ready to whip up a last minute appetizer or dessert. Served simply, it pairs with almost any cracker or bread. For those feeling more creative, consider baking it in the oven and serving it warm with prosciutto, figs and honey. There’s really no wrong time or way to enjoy this French-style cheese!" - Jean-Fromage
Replacement Suggestion:Président® Camembert - 8oz or Lanquetot Pont L'Evêque - 7.8oz