Cheese Hercule Vieux Sheep Milk / Goat Milk LFM 4.3kg

Item No.IDA0WW0001925
History of Hercule Vieux If the Pyrenees are women, it is to one of them that these majestic mountains owe their name and their mythological origin. In distant times, those times when men were governed by the gods, the king of Cerdagne, named Bebryx, reigned over a tribe of shepherds, goatmen. Hercu

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History of Hercule Vieux

If the Pyrenees are women, it is to one of them that these majestic mountains owe their name and their mythological origin. In distant times, those times when men were governed by the gods, the king of Cerdagne, named Bebryx, reigned over a tribe of shepherds, goatmen.

Hercules, a young man traveling the world in order to accomplish his twelve- works ordered by the gods, arrived in the kingdom of Bebryx and asked him for hospitality. He found the wines of his guest to his liking, but even more so, his beloved daughter Pyrene. She was beautiful, so beautiful, sweet and deliciously graceful. The two-young people fell madly in love and spent the summer together, in the privacy and in the shade of the majestic trees, the only witnesses of their long embraces. They wanted to spend all their lives together but one fine day the gods reminded Hercules of his mission. Caught for fear of arousing their anger, Hercules set out without delay.

Pyrene, who bore the fruit of their love, lonely and frightfully saddened by the departure of his beloved, set off on his search. She walked, walked for a long time but could not catch up with Hercules. Tired and exhausted, she lay down in the forest. Beasts thirsty for fresh and tender flesh attacked him. Pyrene shouted, yelled, struggled but could not cope with their attacks. She will die, after a last shriek. Her desperate howl came to Hercules's ears, which, hearing her beautiful dying woman, turned back and pressed at full speed, spanning torrents and summits to help her love. But it came too late. From sorrow and anger, Hercules took a rock he sent to the sea, then another he sent to the ocean. His grief did not pass. He sent another rock, then another and another. For seven years, he piled up so many stones to quench his suffering that he built a mountain linking the sea and the ocean. Edifying this magisterial tomb to honor his beauty, and in order that his name may be preserved forever by the men who will inhabit this land, he called this chain of mountains: the Pyrenees.

Wine-pairing

Perfectly matches with a fruity and lively white wine such as a Riesling, but also with an aromatic and soft red wine like a Coteaux du Languedoc.

Aspect: cylindrical shape.
Texture: rough rind. Yellow firm texture and meltingly soft in the mouth.
Smell: not too aggressive.
Taste: slightly fruity aroma.

Main Features

Product code: HERC1
Production place: Midi-Pyrénées, France
Approval number: FR 54 395 173 CE
Maturing place: Lorraine, France
Shelf-life: 40 days
Maturing time: at least 13 months
Storage temperature: between + 2°C and + 4°C
Weight: 4,3 kg

Nutritional Values

Type of milk: pasteurized goat’s and ewe’s milk
Rind color: ocher to brown
Type of cheese: uncooked pressed texture
Texture color: cream to ivory

Ingredients:
- Pasteurized ewe’s milk 49,15 %
- Pasteurized goat’s milk 49,15%
- Salt 1,6 %
- Rennet 0,1 %

Microbiological Standards

Listeria: none in 25 g No preservatives or color additives.
Salmonella: none in 25 g Guaranteed GMO-free, in accordance
Enterobacteria: < 10 ufc/ml with current legislation.

Energetic value per 100 g

Kcal-kJ 450 kcal - 1862 KJ
Saturated Fatty acids 27 g
Proteins 24,5 g
Carbohydrate 0 g
including sugar 0 g
Salt 1,6 g

Fat content

Fat level in total weight 39,20 %
Fat level in dried matter 50 %
Dry extract 50 %

Logistics

Packaging: Greaseproof paper
Cardboard box sizes: Large: 600*150*400 mm
Small: 310*110*220 mm

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Cheese Hercule Vieux Sheep Milk / Goat Milk LFM 4.3kg

Item No.IDA0WW0001925
History of Hercule Vieux If the Pyrenees are women, it is to one of them that these majestic mountains owe their name and their mythological origin. In distant times, those times when men were governed by the gods, the king of Cerdagne, named Bebryx, reigned over a tribe of shepherds, goatmen. Hercu

Description

History of Hercule Vieux

If the Pyrenees are women, it is to one of them that these majestic mountains owe their name and their mythological origin. In distant times, those times when men were governed by the gods, the king of Cerdagne, named Bebryx, reigned over a tribe of shepherds, goatmen.

Hercules, a young man traveling the world in order to accomplish his twelve- works ordered by the gods, arrived in the kingdom of Bebryx and asked him for hospitality. He found the wines of his guest to his liking, but even more so, his beloved daughter Pyrene. She was beautiful, so beautiful, sweet and deliciously graceful. The two-young people fell madly in love and spent the summer together, in the privacy and in the shade of the majestic trees, the only witnesses of their long embraces. They wanted to spend all their lives together but one fine day the gods reminded Hercules of his mission. Caught for fear of arousing their anger, Hercules set out without delay.

Pyrene, who bore the fruit of their love, lonely and frightfully saddened by the departure of his beloved, set off on his search. She walked, walked for a long time but could not catch up with Hercules. Tired and exhausted, she lay down in the forest. Beasts thirsty for fresh and tender flesh attacked him. Pyrene shouted, yelled, struggled but could not cope with their attacks. She will die, after a last shriek. Her desperate howl came to Hercules's ears, which, hearing her beautiful dying woman, turned back and pressed at full speed, spanning torrents and summits to help her love. But it came too late. From sorrow and anger, Hercules took a rock he sent to the sea, then another he sent to the ocean. His grief did not pass. He sent another rock, then another and another. For seven years, he piled up so many stones to quench his suffering that he built a mountain linking the sea and the ocean. Edifying this magisterial tomb to honor his beauty, and in order that his name may be preserved forever by the men who will inhabit this land, he called this chain of mountains: the Pyrenees.

Wine-pairing

Perfectly matches with a fruity and lively white wine such as a Riesling, but also with an aromatic and soft red wine like a Coteaux du Languedoc.

Aspect: cylindrical shape.
Texture: rough rind. Yellow firm texture and meltingly soft in the mouth.
Smell: not too aggressive.
Taste: slightly fruity aroma.

Main Features

Product code: HERC1
Production place: Midi-Pyrénées, France
Approval number: FR 54 395 173 CE
Maturing place: Lorraine, France
Shelf-life: 40 days
Maturing time: at least 13 months
Storage temperature: between + 2°C and + 4°C
Weight: 4,3 kg

Nutritional Values

Type of milk: pasteurized goat’s and ewe’s milk
Rind color: ocher to brown
Type of cheese: uncooked pressed texture
Texture color: cream to ivory

Ingredients:
- Pasteurized ewe’s milk 49,15 %
- Pasteurized goat’s milk 49,15%
- Salt 1,6 %
- Rennet 0,1 %

Microbiological Standards

Listeria: none in 25 g No preservatives or color additives.
Salmonella: none in 25 g Guaranteed GMO-free, in accordance
Enterobacteria: < 10 ufc/ml with current legislation.

Energetic value per 100 g

Kcal-kJ 450 kcal - 1862 KJ
Saturated Fatty acids 27 g
Proteins 24,5 g
Carbohydrate 0 g
including sugar 0 g
Salt 1,6 g

Fat content

Fat level in total weight 39,20 %
Fat level in dried matter 50 %
Dry extract 50 %

Logistics

Packaging: Greaseproof paper
Cardboard box sizes: Large: 600*150*400 mm
Small: 310*110*220 mm

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