A newcomer on the French blue scene, Saint Agur has only been made since 1988. In spite of its novelty, it has become one of the more popular French blues, perhaps owing to its rich creaminess. Weighing in at 60% butterfat (m.g.), it qualifies as a double-creme. With a straightforward blue flavor, it is pleasant and mild. Made in Auvergne using pasteurized cow's milk. When in stores, look for the unique, octagonal, foil-covered wheel.