Fresh dairy cream is added to soft, surface-ripened and washed-rind La Sauvagine, making it an improved triple crème cheese with a smooth and unctuous texture. It has a mellow milky flavour that becomes creamier as the cheese ripens.
La Sauvagine Reserve is named after the 13 million ducks, geese and teals that cloud the Quebec sky in the fall. These migratory birds are collectively called Sauvagine in French.
La Sauvagine Reserve has won many awards in its category including Silver at the World Cheese Awards 2013.
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