Chabis au poivre is a gourmet fresh goat's cheese typical of the Poitou-Charentes region, and more particularly of Deux-Sèvres, which is a very famous region for cheese production, and especially goat cheese production.
72% of the French goat cheese production comes from Poitou-Charentes and It seems that 70 varieties come from Deux-Sèvres only, out of the 89 that Poitou-Charentes claims.
When plain, Chabis is white and moist with a brittle, soft and crumbly paste. The scented Chabis have the surface covered with crushed pepper, Provence herbs or ash.
A tangy, slightly salty cheese with a subtle goat aroma that is covered by the scent of pepper.
Weight : 160Gr approx.
Origin: Poitou-Charentes, France
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