A Cheese with a history. Mont d'Or, or Vacherin du Haut-Doubs, made in France and production dates back to around 1845ish. It is a soft, rich, seasonal cheese made from cow's milk, if you try and get this in your local shop just ask for "Vacherin". It is often served warmed in its original packaging and eaten like fondue. It's a very famous French cheese and taste great. Usually comes in wooden box so easy to carry and keep safe for the journey home.
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