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Stinky French Cheese: Our Top 8 and Where to Find Them in Paris

by Casey Hatfield-Chiotti
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Casey Hatfield-Chiotti

Casey Chiotti is a food and travel writer who recently fulfilled a life long dream by moving to Paris. She has a unique talent for sniffing out bakeries like a bloodhound and is finding it both incredible and, at times, excruciating to be in the best bakery city in the world (she tries to practice some self control). She writes about a different pastry every Saturday as well as other recommendations for restaurants and hotels around the world on her website Travelproper. View Casey Hatfield-Chiotti's Website

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5 comments on “Stinky French Cheese: Our Top 8 and Where to Find Them in Paris

Pleased to see the shop had Shropshire blue and Stilton on the shelves in pride of place

Thank you for this great article! After stumbling upon trou du cru during my visit, I loved it and couldn’t again find it at any other shop. Thanks to your recommendation, I found it again at Barthelemy for my last day in Paris. You were a lifesaver!

Casey Hatfield-Chiotti

Thanks Catherine. I’ll try that one!

Melissa from Paris

Yum! My faves aren’t the stinkiest either but I will eat pretty much any cheese 🙂

Love the article! My all-time favorite cheese isn’t that stinky, but it’s great: Abbaye Citeaux. One of the first things I do when I get to Paris is to saunter down to the Marche at St. Germain, head to the fromagier and make the purchase when its available! It’s REALLY good!

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