New Rougette Bonfire cheese range sizzles ready for Summer.

Hello Cheesy1’s!

I was recently sent a press pack by Elite Imports who you may have heard of but if not they are the company responsible for bringing two favourite cheeses to the UK including Cambozola & Montagnolo. In the pack they announced a new range of cheeses designed especially for the grill from the brand Rougette, and they sound tasty!

At launch there are two types of cheese, made with all-natural ingredients: a mild and creamy soft-ripened cheese, which comes in two individually packed cheeses; and a semi-soft cheese marinated in herbs, which comes in a convenient ready-to-grill pan. Both cheeses are unique and will truly bring something special to the summer barbecue experience.

“The mild and creamy Grilling Cheese is made to be heated directly on the grill – just like a burger! The creative cheese masters of Käserei Champignon have refined a recipe for a soft ripened cheese that can withstand the direct heat without melting or sticking to the grill. The cheese develops a char-grilled, golden crispy outside and a warm & creamy soft inside. An excellent grilling choice for vegetarians and cheese lovers alike!”

“Marinated Grilling Cheese is a savoury and creamy semi-soft cheese pre-marinated in herbs and oil and comes in a convenient aluminium pan for easy preparation and grilling. The cheese softens when warmed and has versatile party menu applications: it can be warmed on both sides and then diced into salads, layered with grilled vegetables for a one-pan main course, or it can be melted for a cheesy hot dip, perfect for a crowd.”

Mick Acuta, Sales Manager, Elite Imports Ltd said “We’re very excited to see our Rougette Bonfire Grilling Cheeses bring people together around the BBQ grill this summer.” “Now grill masters and cheese lovers alike can enjoy specialty cheeses in a totally new way.

This certainly sounds exciting and I can’t wait to get my hands on some this Summer to try on my BBQ. There is only one question though and that is can I wait for the English Summer to arrive???


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