Suprême

Made from cow's milk, Supreme is a soft ripened cheese in a white rind. Enriched with crème fraîche, the heavy cream Supreme is known not only for its smoothness and richness, but it is also credited for being perfectly matured.
Supreme is available in two distinctive flavors. There is a plain one, which is creamy and mellow. The other choice is garlic and herbs mix; and when processed with garlic, the cheese has a mild nutty (similar to hazelnut) and garlic aftertaste.
Supreme boasts a fat content of 63 percent but, because it is rich, it is best enjoyed in small portions. What's more, Supreme cheese is easy to digest. So health-conscious consumers can partake without the guilt. Savor it at room temperature with crackers or hearty breads and a glass of red wine..

PROFILE

Supreme cheese hails from the Burgundy region of France. Its story begins in 1926 when François Paul-Renard, heir to the family cheese-making business, started a small cheese dairy in an old windmill. His father is forever credited with creating the production process that allows for a perfect maturing of packaged cheese. The cheese was introduced in the 1930s under the name "Les Ducs" in Camembert size. By 1950 Supreme had gained a strong reputation, then in 1968, Suprême des Ducs became an international star.

HISTORY

Born Supreme cheese hails from the Burgundy region of France. Its story begins in 1926 when François Paul-Renard, heir to the family cheese-making business, started a small cheese dairy in an old windmill. His father is forever credited with creating the production process that allows for a perfect maturing of packaged cheese. The cheese was introduced in the 1930s under the name "Les Ducs" in Camembert size. By 1950 Supreme had gained a strong reputation, then in 1968, Suprême des Ducs became an international star.

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