Cashel Blue

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Origin: Ireland
Region: Co. Tipperary
Made by: Louis & Jane Grubb
Type: Blue
Milk: Cow
Milk Treatment: Raw
Coagulant: Vegetarian Rennet

Developed by the Grubb family in the 1980s, Cashel was the original artisanal Irish blue and is still made on the family farm in western Ireland.

Characteristics: buttery, mild, blue veined, moist, slightly sharp when young but mellowing as it matures.

Best with: its mildness and relative lack of salt for a blue means that it works very well with a drizzle of honey or some quince jelly.