Bleu d’Élizabeth is a semi-soft cheese made from thermalized milk (heat treated). Its natural rind is strewn with ochre-coloured spots and contains beautiful blue and sometimes greenish-coloured veins resulting from the presence of Penicillium Roqueforti. The unique taste and perfect salt balance of this cheese is sure to please the most discriminating palate! This cheese is named after the place where it is produced, the Fromagerie du Presbytère in Sainte-Élizabeth-de-Warwick (Québec). In 2005, the Morin family decided to give a new lease on life to the old presbytery (house of the parish priest) by giving it a new vocation. It would become a fromagerie. Located just in front of the farm, the presbytery was the ideal place to make a dream come true – to produce outstanding artisanal cheeses.