Coulommiers: Coulommiers is a soft, non-pressed and uncooked cow's milk cheese with a bloomy rind, made up of 45 to 50% fat from Coulommiers (see map below), related to Brie, even if it has not been produced in the city for a long time.
See here the History, Manufacturing and Generalities of Coulommiers
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