4 beautiful Irish cheeses from Tipperary to Cork, goat to cow milk, strong to mild. These 4 Irish cheeses are something to be admired.
A fresh and lemony raw goat milk log from Clare, Ireland. Fruity and fresh flavour with a smooth and velvety texture. Ash coated to give a more prominant flavour.
A smoked washed rind cows milk cheese from West Cork, Ireland. Nutty and mushroomy flavour with a semi-soft creamy texture. Smoked over beach wood to develop mild layers of sweet smoke
A goats milk Gouda made in Galway, Ireland. Semi-soft in texture. Creamy, fruity and nutty in flavour
Made in County Tipperary in Ireland, in Ireland. Cashel is best known for its creamy, buttery texture and subtle blue flavour.