Comte - aged 12 months - approx 125g

Comte is a type of Gruyere, similar to the large mountain cheeses made in the Alps, on the borders of France and Switzerland. Their name is derived from forests known as gruyeres whose timber was once used as fuel to heat the copper cauldrons of cheese curd. These cheeses are made at small dairies, known as fruitieres, in the Jura and are carefully graded before, during and after maturation.

Sizes are approximate.

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