|It's almost impossible to capture all the nuances of Camembert in just one taste. The first taste might reveal a mild, slightly salty buttery flavor. Another might uncover Camembert's underlying flavors of mushrooms, garlic or nuts. So give in to temptation, and keep eating - it's the only way to fully appreciate this beautiful cheese.
Camembert's mild to pungent taste goes well with melons, grapes, sweet berries and sun-dried tomatoes. Its soft, creamy, interior and thin, edible crust are ideal for spreading onto croissants and crackers. Serve Camembert warm, and you've got a delicious, soft cheese spread that's perfect for entertaining.