Ardsallagh Hard Goat's Cheese is an Irish cheese produced by Jane and Gerard Murphy from the Ardsallagh Goat Farm. It has been 10 years since the couple have been making high quality, handmade, natural dairy products at their farm located near Carrigtwohill, close to Cork city in Ireland.
Their hard goat’s cheese is a semi-firm to hard cheese made from pasteurised milk and vegetable rennet. The cheese develops flavour as it matures. It is extremely mild and sweet when young intensifying to a nuttier and salty flavour as it ages. An aged Ardsallagh Hard Goat's Cheese can be grated similar for Parmesan like taste.
Available in 250g, 2kg, 3kg, 11kg wedges and wheels. Pairs well with a Sauvignon Blanc.
- Made from pasteurized goat's milk
- Country of origin: Ireland
- Region: Carrigtwohill
- Type: semi-hard, artisan
- Texture: firm and smooth
- Rind: natural
- Colour: white
- Flavour: nutty, salty, smooth
- Vegetarian: yes
- Producers: Ardsallagh Goats Farm
Other cheeses from Ireland:
Baylough, Carrowholly, Clonmore, Coolattin Cheddar, Coolea, Corleggy, Cratloe Hills, Dubliner, Glebe Brethan , Imokilly Regato, Mossfield Organic, Orkney Mature Cheddar, St Tola Hard Cheese
Ardsallagh Smoked Cheese, Cahill's Irish Porter Cheddar, Cahill's Whiskey Cheese, Carlow, Cheddar with Irish Porter, Cheddar with Red Wine, Knockdrinna Gold, Knockdrinna Meadow, Lavistown, Mossfield Organic, Oak Smoked Cheddar, Orkney Medium Coloured Cheddar, Orla, Walnut Cheddar
Ardrahan, Blarney Castle, Blue Rathgore, Brewer's Gold, Cashel Blue, Croghan, Crozier, Dunbarra, Durrus, Gubbeen, Milleens, St. Killian, St Tola Greek Style
Cooleney, Mine-Gabhar, St Tola Ash Log, St Tola Log, Wicklow Blue
fresh soft cheeses:
Bluebell Falls Cygnus, St Tola Cranberry, St Tola Crottin, St Tola Log