|Camembert is a soft French cheese first made in the Normandy region in northwestern France. This is a cheese made from fresh cow's milk to ferment. The incubation period is usually 3 weeks or 4 weeks. The raw material is unprocessed cow's milk and the material is matured with the molds Penicillium candida and Penicillium camemberti for at least 3 weeks. Camembert when eaten has a fatty taste like chestnut and sweet aftertaste. Brie has a soft, creamy milky taste.