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A cousin to Port Salut, this cheese is made with pasteurised milk and has a washed rind. Curdled, stirred, drained, and bathed in brine, the crust has a touch of annatto to give it a distinctive orange tint. Saint Paulin spends three weeks in a ripening chamber. It is a subtle cheese, with a hint of sweetness and a taste of slightly acidulated fresh milk.

ST. Paulin

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