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Fromagerie Trotté – Max Shrem

Credit: Max Shrem

Credit: Max Shrem

“Many of the world’s finest cheeses are also the stinkiest, but you often won’t smell a thing when you enter the average stateside fromagerie, since the product is packed away in cooled display cases. But stroll into the small and friendly Fromagerie Trotté – located on one of the busiest streets in Paris’s 17th-century Marais neighborhood – and it’s like entering a walk-in closet curated from shelf to shelf with the most dazzling display of cheeses, everything from French classics like the tangy Pouligny Saint Pierre and mild buttery Saint-Marcellin to lesser-known varieties like delicately sweet Lingot Téosky and herbaceous Tomme de Lapereau. It’s not only a site for the eyes, but also a treat for the nose of any cheese lover worth his salt. Take a whiff, and you’ll smell the wonderful and intense mix of barnyard-meets-earthy-meets-fruity aroma that has turned many a Paris foodie into a loyal customer over the past three decades since owner Pascal Trotté first took over the shop in 1983…”

via Best Paris Cheese Shops: Fromagerie Trotté – Chefs & Restaurants – MensJournal.com.


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