Kerrygold Irish Cheeses Get the Green Light!
It's March, and that means we're lucky to have some of the finest Irish cheese made from none other than Kerrygold. We have some of the finest Irish cheese made from none other than Kerrygold. This famous Irish cheesemaker began as a handful of small dairy farms joined for their collective expertise in 1961 by the Irish Dairy Board. Devoted to a small-farm approach, they craft their cheeses from the milk of free-range cows that feed on the lush grass of the Emerald Isle’s meadows. We’re lucky to carry these Kerrygold classics:
A Kerrygold specialty, Dubliner is worldly, sharp, sweet and nutty. Like a well-balanced fusion of Cheddar and Parmigiano Reggiano®, its intricate flavors and textures are as complex and unique as the city that inspires it. Made from cow’s milk rich in beta carotene, which gives this cheese its deep pot-o’-gold color, Dubliner is aged more than 12 months to enhance its nuanced flavor, or as the Irish say, flavour.
Dubliner with Irish Stout
Imagine the bliss of Dubliner with its perfect pair, Irish Stout. Or, just try it! The classic flavor combination brings out the sweet, nutty, rich flavor of Dubliner, swirling it together with the malty, caramel, bitter flavor of a pint of Irish Stout. Plus, it sports a festive green wax rind for Saint Patrick’s Day, and no surprise here — is exceptional served with a Guinness®.
Aged Cheddar with Irish Whiskey
Entrenched in the history and traditions of Ireland, Cheddar and whiskey are now together in this spirited, Irish grass-fed cow’s milk cheese. Soft and creamy with sweet, fruity and mildly smoky undertones, this signature cheese is definitely worth celebrating.