Quantcast

St. Andre

Country
France
Region
Coutances, Normandy
Size
7 ins diameter, 3-4 ins high
Weight
4 lbs
Website
Milk
Cow
Classification
Semi Soft
Rennet
Vegetable
Rind
Mold Ripened

Produced in Coutances, in the Normandy region of northwestern France, St. Andre is made from pasteurized cow's milk.

Appealing in appearance, St. Andre is covered with a velvety, edible, bloomy white mold known as penicilium candidium.

The flavor of the cheese is very mild, rich (St. Andre has a butterfat content of 70%) and creamy, with a hint of salt . This is largely due to the addition of cream during production, which gives a dense buttery, texture.

Sign up for cheese

Receive updates on all things cheese when you sign up for our newsletter.

Subscribe