Prom Country Indulgence: Review
Moreish soft cheese that displays a good range of textures. Prom Country Indulgence is a farmhouse cheese made in Gippsland, Victoria from organic cow’s milk and is vegetarian friendly. The beguiling thing about this cheese is the range of textures. The centre of the cheese had kept a some firmness that gradually disappears to a thick goo as it meets the rind. That firmer, thicker centre had an almost chewy quality which when combined with the gooey outer and the rind really made this cheese a delight to eat. The flavour is dominated by dairy and mineral aspects. the rind has a slight ammonia to it combined with some earthiness. Long finish for a soft cheese.
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Wine Matching | Wine Pairing
Needs a full bodied red wine, preferably with some sweetness to counter the saltiness of the cheese. A port or sticky wine is ideal. Or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.
Where to Buy
Can buy direct online from Coolamon Cheese who also list stockists on their website.