Adarre Reserve


Adarré Reserve is a beautiful blend of sheep and goat’s milk, this cheese offers rustic, nutty flavor with a buttery, creamy mouthfeel and some fruity notes.

Adarré Reserve has rustic natural rind and an ivory colored paste. It has a supple, creamy velvety texture and melts perfectly on the tongue. showing some delicate tyrosine crystals that have developed as the cheese aged.

Notes of custard and cream are balanced with a mild earthiness. The creamy texture combines with complex, nutty, sweet, fresh grassy flavors and shows caramel, hazelnuts and a floral finish combining to create a beautiful complexity.

It’s nutty, creamy, dense and intense, with a rustic, crusty rind that flakes off. A harmonious representation of each milk type, a true flavor experience.

Have us send you a wedge of Adarré Reserve for your next cheese plate!

Serve it with any of our Gourmet Foods like Balsamic, Garlic & Herb Jam or Truffle Salt

Wine Pairings

Adarré Reserve is a tomme-style cheese made from a blend of pasteurized goat and sheep’s milk. It is made in the French Pyrenees and named for a neighboring mountain.

From our Master affineur Rodolphe Le Meunier, this natural-rind tome is a harmonious balance between sweet and rich sheep milk and tangy and bright goat milk. Adarré is matured for about seven months, enough time to develop a roasted-walnut and goat-caramel aroma and deeply savory, long-lasting flavor.

Le Meunier is a cheese whisperer, uncovering little-known gems in hidden corners of France and maturing young cheeses made by others. Some of the cheeses in his product line are exclusive to him, like this crusty wheel from the Pyrenees. To know it is to love it.

Milk Combination
Texture Semi-Firm
Country France
Pronunciation ah-dah-ray

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