Savoury biscuits with roquefort blue cheese and walnuts

Okina La Biscuiterie Basque

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Okina will delight you with this classic but still delicious combination of Roquefort cheese and nuts!

With its crunchy texture, this artisanal biscuit from the Basque Country is very tasty. Perfect for the aperitif, its subtle cheese flavours are also ideal for filling a small hunger in your day.

An explosion of flavours is created when two PDO cheeses from Aveyron (Roquefort) and Pays-Pasque (Ossau Iraty) meet in these biscuits, and the walnuts play the role of judge, bringing a delicious fruity aroma. Okina has once again succeeded in creating a beautiful recipe, with a gentle and balanced flavour.

No colouring, no preservatives, no artificial flavours.

Tasting advice

This little biscuit can be eaten on its own, at any time of the day, but especially as an aperitif. It is best served with a vegetable spread, which adds freshness, or even a pear chutney.

Accompany them with an Irouleguy red wine from the Basque country or a Marciac from Aveyron to fully enjoy their aromas.


The Okina biscuit factory and its commitments

Okina promises to be an artisanal biscuit factory in the Basque Country. And rightly so.

Reflecting its location in the heart of the Basque Country, a land that has managed to keep its traditions and a preserved nature thanks to quality agriculture, Okina defends these values of quality and tradition in its production every day.

Here are its 3 commitments to quality:

  • Privileged local sourcing for its ingredients
  • Carefully selected raw materials
  • Recipes without colouring agents or preservative


Ingredients: wheat flour, roquefort PDO cheese (18.3%), sugar, milk, walnuts (7.3%), pure ewe PDO Ossau Iraty cheese, butter, salt. Workshop using hazelnut powder, almonds and eggs.


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  • 5
    Savoury biscuits with Roquefort blue cheese and walnuts.

    Posted by Chrissy Roberts on 29th Mar 2022

    These are my absolute favourite.