Cheese - Garlic & Herbs

150g (1 pack)
$9.98
Cheese - Garlic & Herbs is available to buy in increments of 1

Give your guests something wow-worthy with this delicious blend of delicate garlic, fragrant parsley, and mild chives artfully folded into authentic Gournay Cheese and wrapped in our signature foil.

Slightly crumbly, but mostly creamy—Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese spreads easily onto your favorite cracker, pairs perfectly with most wines, and complements almost any recipe.

Vitamins
Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 0%,
Calcium 2%, Iron 0%

Pasteurized cultured milk and cream, garlic*, salt, white pepper, parsley, chives*.

Serving Size: 2 Tbsp. (29g)
Servings Per Container: About 5

CALORIES

120

FAT. CAL.

110

SUGARS

<1G

    %Daily Value
Total Fat: 12g 18%
Saturated Fat: 8g 40%
Trans Fat: 0g  
Cholesterol: 30mg 10%
Sodium: 180mg 8%
Total Carb.: 1g 0%
Dietary Fiber: 0g  
Sugars: <1g  
Protein: 2g  

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. This information is intended as a general guide to consumers. The most accurate information is always on the product packaging itself.

 

Gluten Free

Nut Free

Orthodox Union Kosher

 

The story of the now famous Boursin Cheese started with one man, François Boursin. In 1957, this young Normandy cheesemaker opened a cheese factory in Croisy-sur-Eure, a small community nestled in northern France.

François worked quietly for years trying to perfect his signature cheese. However, in 1961 a French newspaper mistakenly reported the launch of Boursin infused with garlic, and the public loved the idea. The problem was that François had no such recipe in the works, but he quickly got to work to meet the public’s demand. For two years, he worked on his own original recipe inspired by fromage frais, a traditional party dish blended that blends garlic, fresh cream, soft cheese, herbs, salt and pepper.

Finally, in 1963, François was satisfied with his authentic soft cheese and garlic creation, and he introduced it to the world. Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese was served at celebrations and gatherings throughout France, and it quickly became a household name.