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Fromagerie de St-Hyacinthe - Agropur



M.F. : 40% Moisture : 50%

Boursin® cheese bears the name of its European founder, François Boursin. In Quebec, it has been produced by Bel Cheese Canada Inc. in collaboration with Agropur since 2011.

Boursin® is a delicious mix of fresh cream and delicately seasoned cheese, creating an exceptional taste. Its rich flavour and unique texture make it a fantastic addition to cheese plates at gatherings with family and friends. Enjoy them on a cracker or a good piece of bread, with fruits and nuts or crumbled into a salad.

This fresh cheese, sold in 150 g portions, comes in five irresistible flavours:

Boursin® Red Chili Pepper – New!
The spiciness of the chili pepper and the creaminess of Boursin® combine to create an explosion of flavours.

Boursin® Garlic & Fine Herbs
A sublime mix of garlic, parsley, chives and aromatic seasoning: this is the original flavour created by François Boursin. Fifty years later, it remains the most popular Boursin® flavour.

Boursin® Shallot & Chive
The subtle note of shallots, alternatively sharp and mild, combined with the invigorating and zesty taste of chives, makes Boursin® Shallot & Chive a distinctive, delicate and altogether wonderful cheese.

Boursin® Pepper
This Boursin® contains lightly cracked black peppercorns. The lively kick of the pepper is perfectly balanced by the creaminess of the fresh cheese, creating a delectable contrast.

Boursin® Cranberry & Pepper
Cranberries and black pepper are the perfect pair to create a refined gourmet cheese bursting with flavour.

Boursin® cheeses are available in most supermarkets and fine grocery stores.

Awards and distinctions

Produced in Québec


Delicate and light

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