This is the closest thing to a traditional French brie that is made here in the UK.
It is made in Suffolk using the milk from Montbeliarde cattle. The cheesemakers went over to France and bought back a herd of French cows so the milk is the exact same milk that goes into a Brie de Meaux. The cheese is made early in the morning so the milk is still warm, straight from milking. This results in a cheese with a smooth, delicate and silky texture as well as complex, long lasting flavours that bounce around the mouth.