Lower Normandy is an administrative region of France. It was created in 1956, when the Normandy region was divided into Lower Normandy and Upper Normandy. Its prefecture is Caen.

Isigny Butter (PDO): an Historic Staple of Normandy

Le Beurre D’Isigny (The Butter from Isigny) is a renowned, high quality butter made in the Normandy région in Northwest France. It is characterized by its distinct hazelnut flavor, long shelf-life and superb spreadabilty.

Le beurre d'isigny

Livarot (PDO): A Soft, Rind-Washed Cheese from Normandy

Livarot is a soft-ripened, rind-washed cheese made from cow’s milk in an area of Normandy called “Pays d’Auge”. It is one of the oldest cheeses from Normandy. It has been labelled with a Protected Designation of origin (PDO) since 1975.


Pont L’Evèque (PDO)

The Pont L’Evèque is a soft cheese from Normandy made from cow’s milk with a washed-rind, easily recognizable by its consistent square shape. It is one of the world’s more ancient cheeses, created in the XII century by Cistercian monks from Caen city.


Cider from the Pays d’Auge

Cider from the Pays d’Auge is an apple-based alcoholic drink made in the Normandy région of France, boasting a history that is as rich as its flavor.

Cidre du pays d'auge