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Le Dauphin

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The term ‘Le Dauphin’ is how the French referred to the next heir apparent to the throne. In this case ‘Le Dauphin’ is known as the Prince of Bries. Jean Claude Guilloteau discovered the process of ‘ultra filtration’ and creating a super smooth and utterly creamy cheese without any additional cream.



Description



Le Dauphin is a mild version of the most sold cheese in France. Made by Fromagerie Guilloteau in the Rhone Alps of France this unique cheese is buttery, sweet and incredibly easy to eat, that goes very well with champagne and fresh fruit. The pate melts quickly on the palate leaving a silky, lingering flavour with a sweet aftertaste.




Certification



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Vegetarian



  No


Dietary product



  No



NUTRITIONAL VALUE




Calories



   400 kcal per 100 gr.


Fats



   40 gr. per 100 gr.


Saturated acids



   28 gr. per 100 gr.


Cholesterol



   120 mg. per 100 gr.



Statistics



6,6 -  Individual visits per month (average)
171 -  All individual visits
20 02 2017 -  Date of publication of this article


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