Dubliner, an Irish cheese made from pasteurised cow's milk, boasts a delightfully sweet and nutty flavour. The cheese is named after the city of Dublin, although it is produced in various regions of Ireland. This cheese is aged for around 12 months. It is often described as having a combination of flavours, including elements of cheddar, Swiss, and Parmesan.
The texture of Dubliner cheese is firm and smooth, making it ideal for slicing or grating. It pairs excellently with fruits, crackers, and fruity wines, especially those of Irish origin.