is a mild, creamy, semi-soft wheel made by the Grubb family, from the milk of their own herd of 110 Fresian cows. Cashel Blue is produced in a similar way to Roquefort, although it is softer, more moist, and less salty. The ivory-colored paste is laced with powdery blue veins and the caramel and cedar flavors combine to create a heady flavor experience.
Milk: P. Cow Rennet Type: Vegetable Age: 3—6 months
Look: Ivory-colored paste is laced with powdery blue veins
Feel: Soft, creamy, almost spreadable.
Smell: Mildly pungent
Taste: Mouth watering tanginess, established blue character
Pairs well with: Chardonnay, Strong Beers
Tastes good with: Serve with fresh pears, spread on an Effie’s oat cake and drizzle with honey. Perfect teatime snack