Triple Cream Brie, Coal River Farm

Triple Cream Brie, Coal River Farm

~ An unmissable cheese ~
Triple creams, like their name suggests, are the creamiest cheeses on the planet. And Coal River Farms Triple Cream Brie is the creamiest of even those. The cheesemaker’s avid fans go into literal withdrawals when they run out at the weekly markets. And cheese lovers have been known to vehemently argue over the last smear on a cheese platter. Yes… it’s that good. In fact, we think of it as our ‘unmissable cheese’.

 Hand crafted from the richest Tasmanian raw cow’s milk and cream, this Triple Cream Brie is robust and full of flavour with its gooey centre encased in a fragrant, snowy rind. As it matures, the rind begins to mottle and the paste inside softens to an even richer, more creamy consistency. Perfect for spreading on a baguette, or simply eating (carefully) off the tip of your cheese knife. Share it, or don’t. We don’t mind.

PRODUCER: Coal River Farm
ORIGIN: Cambridge, TAS, Australia
AGEING: 3 weeks  |  MILK TYPE:    |  STRENGTH: 4/10
• Australian sparkling
• Unoaked chardonnay
• Fruity kombucha
• Raisins on the vine
• Mango
• Truffles

Champagne, Strawberries, Cream


The Coal River Triple Cream Brie is dense, soft and smooth, with an incredible creamy mouth feel. It’s a pale yellow in colour and when you hold it up to the nose, it smells milky, of course, but with that distinctive tang that makes it interestingly mouth-watering.

 When it comes to flavours you can expect a rich, buttery and slightly salty profile, with a slight earthy overtone of almonds and mushrooms. Serve it smeared on a baguette with raspberry jam (we may or may not eat this as breakfast) or as the final touch to your Wimbledon trifecta (as it’s known). Honestly, it’s an unbeatable cheese.


The first triple cream brie was created in Normandy and was called Le Magnum. It is the predecessor of today’s Brillat-Savarin named after Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. He was a famous French gourmand, lover of brie and originator of the phrase, ‘Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are’.

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