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Crème de
St. Agur

Imagine a wonderfully smooth cream cheese, with crumbles of blue cheese, in a little pot. Grab a cracker, remove the hexagonal, resealable lid, and enjoy the spread's tantalizing taste: mild, with a real blue taste.. so yummy, you'll grab the next cracker and slather it on even thicker! You’ll be amazed and delighted by this lovely new cheese. It's no surprise that it received the gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole (General Agricultural Contest) in 2009.                                                                             


Crafted in the Haute Loire region of France, (just like Saint Agur), Crème de Saint Agur is made from mountain cow’s milk, and it offers a mild blue taste with creamy texture, that appeals to many palates from young to old.


Enjoy it hot or cold! The possibilities are endless with Crème de Saint Agur, and it allows you to easily add a gourmet twist to your favorite recipes - spread it on crusty French breads, spoon it onto baked potatoes, put it on pasta dishes, or use it as a dip for crudities. The Crème de Saint Agur can also be placed in the microwave to make a warm spread (see instructions for proper handling). Pour a full-bodied red wine, like Syrah or Chardonnay, Port when serving this cheese. 


Take a look at the interview with master cheese maker Pascal Véron, to find out more about Saint Agur’s cheese making traditions.                                                                                                                                         

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written by Sarah, August 24, 2010
I would like to know where to purchase Creme de Saint Agur and Creme de Camembert online. Also, does anyone know where to purchase Snofrisk online too? Thanks!
written by Donna Bouwer, August 18, 2010
How can I order a quantity supply of this product?
written by Marsha Arditti, July 10, 2010
This is the best cheese ever.
written by Thelma Wallace, July 02, 2010
Where can I purchase Creme de Saint Agur. I love it. I live in New YOrk City?
written by Roger Deming, May 11, 2010
written by Victoria Barrett, January 06, 2010
I love St Agur but would like to know the difference between the creme and the delice. many thanks
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