Levroux is a truncated pyramid of soft, fine-textured, moist cheese made with goat's milk. It has a white paste and a natural mould rind. It is made on farms in the Indre department. The base is about 7-8 cm (3") tapering to 4 cm (1½") square at the top by 6 cm ( 2 1/3") tall, weighing 250-300 g (oz). Apparently it was just made as a regular cheese until the maker spotted that pyramid-shaped cheeses sold better in the local market. When it is fresh the cheese is quite acidic but then becomes nutty before souring as it ages.