Look up an image:
Explore by theme transport et machinerie

soft cheeses click to hear : soft cheeses

Ripened but neither pressed nor cooked, these cheeses have a soft, creamy texture and a somewhat velvety rind, which is often edible.
soft cheeses image
achat d'image achat d'image

See soft cheeses in : french | spanish
Munster Pont-l’Évêque Coulommiers Camembert Brie

Munster click to hear : Munster

Cheese with a powerful penetrating odor, originally from the Alsace region; it has a creamy texture and a smooth moist rind.

Pont-l’Évêque click to hear : Pont-l’Évêque

Somewhat soft cheese with a pronounced odor; its name derives from the town in Normandy where it is made.

Coulommiers click to hear : Coulommiers

Native to the area around Paris, it is similar to Brie but smaller; it contains from 45% to 50% milk fat.

Camembert click to hear : Camembert

Soft and easy to spread, France’s most famous cheese is smaller and slightly firmer than Brie.

Brie click to hear : Brie

Native to Brie, near Paris, it is one of the best-known French cheeses; among its many varieties is the one from Meaux.