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In Upper Normandy, the "Boutonnière du Pays de Bray" refers to a plain star, dug by limestone cliffs, sheltered from the wind. Its climate, always fresh and humid, is particularly favorable for breeding. This is where we produce the Heart of Neufchâtel respecting the traditional methods. This is the oldest Norman cheese since it is mentioned in writings from 1035. The legend tells that during the Hundred Years Ward, the young women farmers of Neufchâtel-en-Brays offered that cheese to British soldiers to prove their love.
With a slide of crusty bread and salted-butter apple jam, the Coeur de Neufchâtel is a minor miracle.