Ann and Pat O'Farrell make their semi-soft Carrigaline cheese with cow's milk from their local farm. This cheese is ideal for melting or simply for enjoying with an after-dinner drink.
Carrigaline is an Irish farmhouse cheese from County Cork. The cheese is named after its town of origin, which in turn is derived from the Gaelic words "Carraig-Ui-Leighin", meaning "Rock of the Lynes". The Lynes were an old Irish family who built a stone castle on a domineering hilltop of limestone rock in 1170AD. Besides cheese, Carrigaline is known for its pottery and its fabulous county market, heralded as one of the best in Ireland.
- Made from pasteurized cow's milk.
- We cut and wrap this item by hand from a 5 lb wheel.
Nutritional information coming soon!
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