DISCONTINUED - Penicilium Roqueforti, PS freeze dried - 2.5 DCU

Bacterial Composition

Penicillium Roqueforti

Manufacturer & Origin

Danisco. France.

Recommended For

Blue Cheese


Light blue mold growth. Breaks down fats and produces methyl ketones. Deacidifies, softens texture, creates unique flavors.


A guide to understanding the composition and use of the cheese starter cultures carried by The Beverage People.  Learn about all the cultures carried at The Beverage People and the organisms contained in them.

How to Use
2.5 DCU - Use for 1250 - 2500 liters (330 - 660 gallons) at commercial rates.


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Pickup Locations Available for This Item

The Beverage People Warehouse, Santa Rosa.

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All our supplies are guaranteed for one year. Request for refunds occurring more than 30 days after the date of purchase on non-defective goods may be granted as a store credit if the goods are returned in their original condition. Yeast is perishable and should be refrigerated on arrival. No refunds are allowed on sales of living organisms such as yeast and bacteria.


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Vive' la Blue! 06/04/2019
By Mary Moore
I love the wide variety of first and secondary cultures available here with the Beverage People! The Penicilium Roqueforti has been a very reliable culture whether I am making Blue or Stilton with goat or cow milk. I am a rank amateur at cheese making and I have had nothing but excellent results! You can too :)