Cumulus Cheese is a soft but not runny cheese that looks like Brie or Camembert, with a white bloom on its rind and a slight mushroom smell.
It made in rounds from raw cow’s milk, and allowed to ripen for 60 days.
The rounds end up being approximately 3 ⅓ pounds (1.5 kg) each.
Cumulus Cheese is made by Fromages Chaput et Les dépendances du Manoir in Brigham, Montérégie region, Quebec.
Cumulus Cheese is named after a cloud to give a soft impression.