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Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese (priced per pound)

by Kerrygold |
Item # 957940
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Model # PLU 19814 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Dubliner cheese has a cheddar-like texture
  • Produced in Ireland
  • Unique robust flavor
  • Aged over 12 months
  • All-natural cheese
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Description

Kerrygold™ Dubliner Cheese offers a diverse spectrum of flavors in each bite. The taste runs the gamut from sharp to sweet to nutty. Kerrygold Dubliner is produced in Ireland and aged for over 12 months to give you this unique and robust flavor.

Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese

Combining the flavor of cheddar with parmesan, Dubliner has the taste of cheddar tempered by the mild butteriness of parmesan with a  texture similar to cheddar. The flavor has the sharpness that you find in a mature or aged cheddar cheese, but it also contains the nutty flavor typical to a piece of Swiss cheese. Finally, you also get a nice bite which is reminiscent of Parmesan.

Natural and Healthy

Cheese is a good source of protein and of calcium when it is eaten in moderation. Dubliner cheese is a healthy choice because it is all-natural and created with milk from grass-fed cows. The milk is rBGH-free.

Pairings for Kerrygold Dubliner 

Kerrygold cheese has a wonderful flavor that can be enjoyed out of hand. It also pairs well with assorted fruits, bread or crackers as part of a cheese plate. As for beverages to accompany it, a Zinfandel wine or a Guinness beer brings out the subtle flavors of the cheese. It can also be grated or crumbled to melt over steamed vegetables or put on top of a pasta dish. The robust flavor of the Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese tastes great on a lunchtime sandwich as well.

Aged Cheese

Not all cheeses are aged. For example, mild cheeses like ricotta are eaten fresh. However, the aging process allows the enzymes in the cheese to change the texture and enhance the flavors. The longer a cheese ages, the more sharp or robust the flavor.

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