“Cabécou” comes from the word “cabra” in the ancient Oc language of South West France, meaning goat, with the diminutive “cou” added to denote a small goat or goat’s cheese.
Country of origin: France
Region, town: Nouvelle Aquitaine
Source of milk: Goat
Texture: Creamy and smooth
Flavour: mild, tangy
Serving suggestion: This cheese may be served on its own or at the end of a meal, covered in nuts, dried fruit or honey. It can also be served hot with a salad or as a main dish. It can be accompanied by a full-bodied red wine.
THIS PRODUCT DOES NOW SHIP INTERSTATE (SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, PERTH, CANBERRA, DARWIN, CAIRNS, NEWCASTLE etc…) BUT ORDER WITH CHEESE REQUIRE SPECIAL PACKAGING.
SHIPPING COST WILL BE $25 FOR UP TO 3 KILOS ($40 over 3 Kilos) INSTEAD OF OUR USUAL $15 FLAT RATE!