Cashel Blue Cheese
Cashel Blue is a semi-soft farmhouse cheese from Ireland, distinguished by its round, full flavor and light blue tang.
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The first Irish blue cheese, named after the Rock of Cashel overlooking the pastures close to the cheese farm of the family Grubb. Described as characterful but not strong, Cashel Blue is an all-around versatile blue, semi-soft and moist. When it ages, it develops a creamier texture and the more piquant flavor of dried herbs and woody leaves. cheese. It does a top job on a grilled steak, creates a dream team with ripe pears or figs and is a must try in leafy green salads. Made on a family farm in County Tipperary with less than 30 employees, and made from the milk of Irish Grass-fed cows. No added growth hormones or antibiotics. Cashel Blue has garnered considerable international acclaim, which includes taking home gold every year since 2009 at the International Cheese Awards held annually in Nantwich, U.K.
|Ingredients||Pasteurised cow’s milk, salt, vegetarian rennet, calcium chloride, microbial cultures.|
|Unit Size||Wedge of 1 pound, Wheel of 4 pounds.|
|Dietary & Lifestyle||Vegetarian|
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