Cheese - Brie

125g (1 piece)
$5.98
Cheese - Brie is available to buy in increments of 1

Castello Brie is a soft white mould cheese. It has a mild, slightly tangy and aromatic taste with a creamy and smooth consistency. It is perfect for cheese boards with crackers, for baking as a delicious starter and it works wonders in sandwiches.

TASTING NOTES

  • Mild
  • Aromatic
  • Sweet notes
  • Lightly tangy

A light tangy flavour will appear after the first bite, leaving you with a satisfying sensation.

TEXTURE

  • Somewhat firm
  • Soft middle
  • Soft rind

Castello Brie has a soft rind and a smooth texture. It is best served after being left out at room temperature for a little while or baked, making the middle creamy and oozy. This sophisticated sensation is sure to make you reach for another bite.

STRENGTH

1 out of 6. Very Mild.

This Castello Brie is easy on your palate and is enjoyed by mild-cheese lovers around the world.

Milk, Salt, Lactic acid culture, Rennet (microbial), Mould culture

ENERGY 1202 kj 290 kcal
FAT 24 g
SATURATED FAT 15 g
CARBOHYDRATES 0.5 g
SUGAR 0.5 g
PROTEIN 18 g
SALT 1.7 g
  • Cut in thin wedges and eat it as is
  • Bake it until the middle is runny and dip breadsticks/crackers in its oozy melted texture
  • Enjoy a slice on bread or crackers
  • Pick a pairing and have it as an indulgent snack
  • Serve on a cheese board as an appetiser, a snack or a dessert
  • Try it in one of our recipes!

This is your best choice when you are looking for a delicious baked brie flavour. Pop it in an oven and watch the middle get oozy and soft, elevating its mild delicious flavour.

Castello was founded in 1893 by their master cheesemaker, Rasus Tholstup. He was by nature a restless explorer when it came to cheese, a man who was never content with the ordinary. Since then, Castello cheeses have always been crafted using the best of traditional techniques and a good deal of 'pioneering spirit'. Their cheesemakers experiment until hitting on a recipe with unique twists and delightful new flavours, giving the Castello collection its distinctiveness.