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The first wheels of Morbier ever produced were made from milk leftover from Gruyere de Comte production. The cheesemaker would press the leftover curd from the evening production of Comte into a mold and cover it with a thin layer of ash to prevent it from both drying out and attracting flies. The next day, he would add the leftover morning curd on top of the ash. The result is a two-layered semi-soft cheese with a complex fruity flavor and a slight tang. The two layers of the cheese have slightly different flavors, with the layer from the evening milking tasting fruitier than that from the morning milking. The ash not only separates the two layers of the cheese, but also serves an aesthetic purpose as it makes a dramatic presentation. Morbier is made using pasteurized cow's milk and has a complex, bold flavor. Its yellow-ivory interior has a smooth texture, wrapped inside a creamy-brown crust. This cheese pairs well with French Saucisson or is great on a sandwich made with a crusty bread. It also melts beautifully.

  • Made from pasteurized cow's milk.
  • Photo depicts whole 12 lb. form of cheese.
  • We cut and wrap this item by hand.

Size: 7.5 ounces Item: 113S



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Latest Customer Reviews for Morbier AOP
By Kenneth Chan
from California
on May 02, 2020
Funky, challenging, delicious.
Only about ten percent of people I serve Mobier to like it. Some cannot get past the snell which is mild compared to say Limburger. For those of us who enjoy Mobier, oooh!
By Yes cheese!
from Washington
on Apr 26, 2020
Drool Worthy
Please don’t buy this so there’s plenty left for me to buy up hehe jk This cheese is sooooo delicious ??
By Old Taster
from Williamsport, PA
on Dec 04, 2019
Is it Morbier?
High marks go for a well-packaged and quickly delivered product. However, my memory of the taste of Morbier was not rewarded. Perhaps my memory is wrong.
By Breezy
from Culpeper, VA
on Aug 07, 2019
Lovely, But Almost Zero Ash
This is a lovely cheese - mild with just the slightest soupcon of funk/age to it. Perfect serving point for those who like a stronger cheese but aren''t yet ready for the big boys. Only complaint I have is that the piece we received only had a tiny 1/2" or less of ash, thus it didn''t look any different than any other cheese as far as presentation goes. This may be a cheese that one has to buy in person if one wants the traditional look.
By Breezy
from Culpeper, VA
on Jul 20, 2019
Nice, But. . . .
While this was a nice cheese, the ash line was pretty much non-existent. Just only one little 1/2 inch from the center edge of the cheese, so once that part was cut off the rest of it didn''t look like Morbier at all.
By SauteeBarb
from Sautee Nacoochee GA
on Mar 16, 2019
Cheese for Grownups
Too much is made of the odor of this cheese. I know and like it, but was afraid it would fall short of the unpasteurized versions I have had in the past, when the dark vein was reportedly real ash. It was just delicious though, perhaps the best yet. I will be back for it and recommend it highly to other adult cheese lovers.
from Wyoming
on Mar 08, 2019
Aromatic, Creamy
A very nice cheese. Somewhat spongy consistency. A bit smelly and the smell penetrates the fridge, so keep it in an air tight bag. I had it before and bought it again - no regrets, but don''t buy if strong flavors do not suit your palate.
By Margotrl
from Houston TX
on Feb 22, 2019
Experience the two layers
Thi is a cheese with personality. Used it as part of an array for a raclette night. It was highly acclaimed
By The Answer
from Central Pennsylvania
on Dec 29, 2018
This is a stinky cheese, which I can usually handle. But its taste is even worse than its aroma. The family all concurred. Consequently, it went in the trash.
By TheMale
from California
on Dec 09, 2018
Intimidating For Newbies But Delicious
This is one of those cheeses that turns my Raclette Party guests' noses but if you can get them to try it melted, it's a winner! It's even a better melter than raclette! The creamy texture is like a warm brie but the Morbier can take the high heat of the grill. Again, the cheese does announce it's presence with a strong odor but if you can get around it, it's well worth it!
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