Mont St-Benoît

Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac

Marked with little round holes called “eyes,” the interior of this rindless cheese is semi-soft but supple and elastic. It is made of whole pasteurized milk and has a hazelnut aroma with light notes of fermentation typical of Swiss cheeses.

Like the charming countryside in the Saint-Benoît-du-Lac region, the mild, lightly salty hazelnut and butter flavour of this cheese will win you over. This cheese cooks well and melts and browns at high temperatures.

This cheese is available from the cheese maker, at specialty grocery stores and cheese shops, and in most supermarkets. 

Swiss From Here
M.F. : 30 % Moisture : 43 %

How to enjoy it

  • In salads or soups
  • In fondues and béchamel sauces
  • Melted on crackers
  • On potatoes with lardoons or bacon
  • In a raclette
  • In dishes served au gratin
  • On pizzas
  • In pasta dishes


Fruity and light SAQ

These lighter wines are known for their simple fruity scents, their refreshing quality and their subtle tannins. They should be enjoyed in their youth.

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