This cheese made from goat's raw milk can be eaten at various stages of affinage. One can eat it fresh or after 2 months of affinage. This cheese has beautiful notes of milk and rosemary (some bits for decoration, but especially a regular bath in scented essential oils). The pâte is white, compact and slightly wet. The odor is frank and the taste slightly acidulous. After 1 month of affinage savour becomes more marked, persistent and almost sticking to the palate. Romarin can be eaten for the apéritif or at the end of the meal with a green salad aromatized with the raspberry vinegar.
Rosé wine: Coteaux Varois (Grenache, Cinsault grapes)