The Trèfle is a farmer goat cheese, salted and ashy on its surface, with a grey-ash rind. Its dough is fine, melting, and slightly creamy. It looks like a 4 leaf-clover slightly rounded. Its height is about 3cm for a weight of approx. 150g. The cheese is produced with raw goat milk collected in a geographical area in south of France.
Of course, as a goat cheese, you can have it at 3 differents stages of maturation; fresh; half dry and dry.