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Rochefort Cheeses 

  • Rochefort-Hazelnut : The hazelnut is so abundant in the verdant valleys of the Lands of Rochefort and Han that a brotherhood was created there in its honour : the Confrérie (brotherhood) de la Noisette et de la Blonde de Han. This brotherhood assembles the regional producers of local products made with hazelnuts : smoked sausages, pâtés, bread and cakes & pastries, liquors and of course, cheeses. The cheese is ripened in Rochefort. The Rochefort with hazelnuts, a semi-soft cheese will be enjoyed as part of a cheese plateau, in a cheese fondue or in a salad. Trappist and Blonde of Han lover will also be able to savour this cheese as the perfect companion to these precious beverages. 
  • Rochefort Tradition : This semi-soft cheese, is issued from a long monastic tradition and is prepared according to the principles and recipes of the Rochefort Trappist brotherhood. Direct descendant of the cheeses made, since 1887, by the monks of the Abbey Notre-Dame of Saint-Remy, the Rochefort Tradition has the particularity of being made from milk from the Ardennes and of being ripened in Rochefort. 
  • Rochefort with Ouessant seaweed : Enriched with Ouessant seaweed, this cheese ripened in Rochefort is really a little marvel. It contains a wealth of iron and sodium, it possesses anticoagulant and anticarcinogenic properties, an exceptional amount of vitamins as well as ulcer-preventing properties. In Japan, China, Malaysia, Oceania and New-Zealand, seaweed are since immemorial times part of their traditional eating habits.
  • Half-mature Rochefort : The half-mature Rochefort, with a hard crust, has inherited its fabrication methods and presentation from a cheese once famous but now on the verge of extinction : the pavé de Roubaix. Rescued from abandon and oblivion, this recipe, that was only used by two local artisans, will now be reborn in the Land of Rochefort. It is delicious on a slice of bread and butter and is highly recommended with Trappist beers. It is also a delightful way of spicing up hot cheese based recipes. 
  • Rochefort with basil : this newcomer issued from organic agriculture is rich in vitamines A and C as well as in iron and calcium.

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Fromagerie de Rochefort

Zoning Industriel de Rochefort, Hall Relais 3
5580 - Rochefort [Rochefort]

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T. +32(0)82/66.61.62
F. +32(0)82/66.67.45
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