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Fromagerie Saint-Benoit-du-Lac

The monks of the Saint-Benoit-du-Lac abbey have been making cheeses since 1943. With audacity, they were able to create a first blue cheese named “Ermite”. Over time, their know-how has enabled them to develop a dozen cheeses: Swiss or Gouda, blue, grain or smoked, and made from whole milk, without modified milk ingredients. Their method allows them to produce lactose-free cheese. Many prizes have been awarded. In 2019, the Fontina cheese won a "Caseus" prize in Quebec. At the 2016-2017 World Cheese Awards, the smoked blue cheese was awarded a bronze medal. At the 2015 and 2017 British Empire Show, Frère Jacques cheese received second prize. Find them all at our boutique or visit our new website.

Because of the situation, different establishments have had to close temporarily, or modify their operating hours. We suggest you contact them before leaving home.
Tourism Eastern Townships

Address
1, rue Principale, Saint-Benoît-du-Lac Quebec J0B 2M0

Phone
819-843-2861

Email
laboutique@abbaye.ca

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Products
  • Dairy products
  • Apple products
Services
  • Electric vehicle charging station
  • Tourist signs
Schedule
  • Open year-round
Membership in a network
  • Créateurs de saveurs
  • Agritourism buisness
Awards and mentions
  • Awards and/or Mentions : Fontina, winner in its category, Caseus award 2019, in Quebec. Le Bleu Bénédictin, winner in the "Bleu" category, 1st prize at the British Empire cheese show 2018, in Ontario. Le Fontina fumé, winner in its category, Caseus award 2016, in Quebec.

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