Brie Fermier - This cheese, from Ferme de Jouvence (Farm of Rejuvenation), a small dairy near Versailles, France, seems to come from another world, so different it is from most other brie we know. It has an assertive mushroomy flavor, with notes of garlic and hay, and its body is wonderfully luscious and silken. It's what brie was meant to be.
Raschera is an Italian cheese that comes from Cuneo. Its name is derived from Lake Raschera, which lies at the foot of Mt Mongioie. It is a semi-soft cheese made from sweet cow's milk. The flavour of Raschera changes from season to season. Spring and summer cheeses are sweet, fresh and slightly tart. Winter cheeses are more solid and vibrant. Raschera has a round or square shape with reddish-yellow crust.
Brie de Meaux
Strachitunt, que en el dialecto local significa "redondo stracchino", es un queso que pertenece a la familia de stracchini.