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Cashel Blue cheese - © Stephen

Cashel Blue

Cashel Blue cheese - © Stephen

Cashel Blue is an Irish cheese produced in the Cashel region. Almost the only blue cheese in all of Ireland, this cheese is a little marvel of the Irish soil, and more precisely of County Tipperary!

Taste Cashel Blue

A blue created in 1984 a farmer in Tyrone

Cashel Blue was created in 1984, in a small farm in Tipperary County. Its milk, from the cows on Mr Grubb’s farm, produces a delicious blue-veined paste, which, once matured, becomes one of the most interesting raw cheeses in the country!

Considered as a true product of the terroir, it is now sold everywhere, in supermarkets and small shops in the country, but also in Great Britain and the United States.

It is a little marvel to be tasted on bread, with a salad, or red meat!

Practical information

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Consume in moderation.

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