- Type of MilkGoat
- Weight TypeNet
- IngredientsGoat's milk, Rennet, Lactic ferments, Salt, Vegetable charcoal
- Typical Valuesper 100g
- Energy kJ1193
- Energy kcal288
- Of which saturates15.6
- Of which sugars0.9
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Sapic (formerly called Le Sapin du Pic ) is a raw goat's milk cheese, with a soft paste and a bloomy rind, produced by La Fromagerie Le Pic located in Penne in the Tarn department in the Occitanie region. As the name suggests, it is shaped like a small tree. Its rind, white to ivory, is thin and wrinkled. It is covered with fine white down. Its dough, very white, is chalky in its heart and has a thin creamy layer under its crust. It is a soft and creamy cheese with a fresh and mild goat's taste, perfectly balanced, which intensifies depending on the maturation. The perfect additon to your Christmas cheeseboard.