meaning of Camembert Cheese

Camembert Cheese meaning in Cooking Dictionary

A soft, surface-ripened French cheese, comparable to brie. The cheese is fabled for its grey, felt-like rind, a little sour taste and complex aroma. When overripe, camembert will be runny, sour and rank. When ready, the cheese should ooze thickly, look plump and feel soft to the touch.