Brousse du Rove is a fresh, unaged goat’s milk cheese. It is a very soft cream cheese that melts in your mouth. It is sold in cylinder shapes.
Brousse du Var is a fresh cheese made from sheep’s milk. It is meant to be sold on the same day it’s made. Customers used to bring their own containers to the cheese shops for the cheeses to be unmoulded into.
Caboc Cheese is a soft, fresh double-cream cheese which is a deep butter colour with a mild, sour tang. It is formed into logs and rolled in toasted steel-cut oats.
Mató is an unsalted fresh Spanish cheese, meant to be eaten the same day that it is made. It can be made from goat’s milk or cow’s milk.