No, it was very poor quality, more like Dutch rubb
No, it was very poor quality, more like Dutch rubbery cheese. when I left it out to mature it was rubbery runny and a horrible yellow colour. The taste was almost non exististant. I really don't know why you've discontinued Simon Weaver Cotswold brie More expensive I know,but the quality was consistently supreme. I await your response to this query and suggest it would be more appropriate to discontinue Castello brie.
Certainly creamy, but also absolutely tasteless.
Oh no it was horrible, left a bitter after taste in mouth and too firm. There are nicer ones out there
Creamy and delicious
Love this cheese... better than all the rest in terms of flavour. If you like a gentle brie, this is the one.
Avoid. Completely tasteless
Supposed to have a creamy taste. It does have a creamy texture. But was utterly tasteless and a complete waste of money. I thought it was just me. But no. The rest of the family thought so too but were too polite to say anything.
This is lovely, DO NOT keep in the fridge, spoils the taste completely. Obviously ( having lived in France for many years) a decent French brie is the best but quite frankly have not been able to find one in England. Even le president doesn't seem to taste or soften like it does in France ?
Excellent cheese, delicious will definitely buy it
Excellent cheese, delicious will definitely buy it again. Made in Denmark.
❤️Delicious, creamy, soft, fresh tasting Brie.. Wo
❤️Delicious, creamy, soft, fresh tasting Brie.. Worth every penny.. Makes fruit & bread come alive... Unlike some of the others I've bought that taste bland!
Not a Brie
Flavourless and too firm
It's edible but not Brie
This is not brie! This is a bit like a soft edam with the texture of a firm paste. The only Brie worthwhile sold by Tesco is El Presidente.