If there’s a cheese that epitomizes decadence, that would be Brillat Savarin. This French delight has a seductively rich and creamy paste that spreads on like butter. The flavor is mild, with a fresh cream taste and hints of sea salt. And if you’re wondering if you can eat the rind, go for it! The thin rind of this cheese imparts an earthy flavor, and is nearly seamless with its decadent interior. A drizzle of lavender honey and a sprinkling of Herbes de Provence (an aromatic blend of dried lavender, basil, fennel, marjoram, rosemary, savory and thyme), will transport your taste buds to the lavender fields of Provence.