L'Affiné d'Albert, mature and full of character : With a bloomy rind and a zesty finish, it will delight lovers of strong cheeses.
L'Affiné de Germain, mature with a delicious taste of leavening : Golden and creamy, its yeasty, subtly fruity notes will unanimously thrill gourmets!
L'Affiné de Margot, mature and mild as a lamb: With a white colour and soft texture, it pleases even the fussiest palates
Frais Plain : Fresh, indulgent and rich in calcium, this is the perfect spread for breakfast or a snack, and may be used in sweet or savoury recipes.
Frais Garlic & Herbs : With real bits of garlic and chopped aromatic herbs, this Frais spread is a pure delight at cocktail time or as an addition to a sauce.
Frais Shallot & Chives : Combining the fragrant flavor of shallot with the aromatic freshness of chives, this Fresh will go wonderfully with your toast, gratins or dishes in sauce.
A surprise product
We select for you a delicious 100% plant-based and artisanal product from our Fine Selection, to be enjoyed with your Affiné and Frais platter.
Our ingredients – The Affinés
Affiné d’Albert : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, organic soya, salt, ferments.
Affiné de Germain : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, salt, ferments.
Affiné de Margot : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, salt, ferments.
Our ingredients – The Frais
Frais Plain : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, organic soya, salt, ferments.
Frais Garlic & Herbs : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, organic soya, organic garlic and aromatic herbs, salt, organic pepper, ferments.
Frais Shallot & Chive : water, organic fair trade cashew nuts, organic soya, organic shallots, organic chives, salt, ferments.
The Affinés Nutritional Benefits *
- 2,3 x less saturated fats
- 80% as much calcium
- Cholesterol free
*Average nutritional information on our products compared to a Camembert (Ciqual-Anses data)
The Frais Nutritional Benefits **
- 5 x less saturated fats
- 2,8 x less sugars
- 4,5 x more calcium**
** Average nutritional information on our products compared to an equivalent dairy cheese (Ciqual-Anses data)