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"CARRIGALINE CHEESE LOVERS"
"A sweet, buttery taste predominates amidst the light texture, maturing to a nimble, attractive fudginess as the cheese ages." John McKenna at Fifth Sense.
"A semi-soft award-winning Irish cheese (it was a bronze medal winner at the British Cheeese Awards in 2001) made by Pat O'Farrell in Carrigaline, County Cork from pasteurised Friesian milk. It is coated in a pale yellow wax jacket and has a full flavour with a rich buttery finish."
"I know, you're going to argue that your favorite melting cheese deserves the title. But this is clearly one of the best, oozing toasty richness the way a certain mass-retail "velvety" cheese only wishes it could. Flavor profile is close to a semi-soft, mild cheddar with a nice, long finish."
“A bright yellow wax rind surrounds a sweet creamy cheese that reminded us all of Havarti. Of all our selections, this was the most mellow and smooth, as close to butter as cheese can get. As the cheese ages it can develop a bit of a bite. It is a handmade cow's milk cheese."