The Trefle is a cheese created in the Perche region where Alpine Chamoise goats graze in rich, quality herbs.
Its original four-leaf clover shape is inspired by an old cheese mold found in a Perche museum. It can only be made by farmers. Traditionally manufactured, it is molded by the ladle, returned by hand and ash coated one by one.
It has a product conformity certificate to harmonize the manufacturing process. This certificate is represented by a silver ring.
Taste: fresh and lactic
Flavor: slightly salted and ash coated
This goat cheese was created in 2005 by seven farmstead producers who wanted to offer a cheese with an original shape. Despite its youth, producers hope to see their cheese reknown as a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) soon.