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Posted 30 November 2022

Caprice des Dieux French Cheese 200g - £1.50 @ Sainsbury's

£1.50£2.5040% off
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On offer from £2.50, nice cheese for the Xmas cheesboard, spread over a cracker

Cheese strength: 1. Mild and creamy soft ripened cheese made from pasteurised cows' milk

Caprice des Dieux, literally translating to the “Whim of Gods”, is a heavenly pure and creamy soft ripened cheese in a unique oval shape.
Our recipe? French milk, cream, a pinch of salt and that's it!
Treat yourself to a moment of pure indulgence. Under its smooth and velvety rind, Caprice des Dieux reveals its delicious taste of crème fraîche and a melting heart.

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Great find OP, nice quality cheese and currently cheapest anywhere!!

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  • Full Fat Soft Cheese made from Pasteurised Milk

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    Delicious stuff, I'll be picking some up later
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    Hi all - excuse my ignorance but not heard of this before - is it similar in taste to brie/camembert? Tempted if it is. Thanks. Heat from me
    Yes brie

    No camembert
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    This is very nice cheese. Way better than Brie, although not in same class as Delis De Bourgogne which is fabulous soft cheese - try it ! But you'll not go wrong with this soft cheese
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    Best cheese
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    Doesn't taste of a vast amount, but lovely and creamy and I normally buy a couple when it's only £1.50 (which it quite often is)
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    love this heat added but OOS here
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    Do you eat the white stuff (rind?)?
    Of course! Sacrilege to throw it.
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    Bought two today and will buy at least another two for Christmas. Or four who knows....
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