The Bethmale, made from cow's milk, is a Tomme with an impressive 'farmyard' quality. Soft in consistency and mild of taste, it is uncooked, pressed, with distinctive slight holes marking its appearance. The first Bethmale dates back to the times of the Moor occupation.
Country of origin: France
Region, town: Midi-Pyrennees, Bethmale
Source of milk: Cow's Milk
Flavour: Mild, semi-sweet and earthy
Aging time: Minimum 9 weeks
Serving suggestion: A robust red or sherry would complement Bethmale well.
Wine Pairing: A robust red or sherry would complement Bethmale well. If you are in the mood for beer, we recommend a semi-dark ale or pilsner.