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An Irish semi-soft cows" milk cheese, made by the Maher family in County Tipperary from pasteurised milk from their Friesan herd. The cheese is made in the style of a Brie, and has a buttery texture and a mild flavour. Pepper and Garlic-flavoured versions are also made. Both are decorated with a Celtic motif on the top surface.

It's made in 1.75kg rounds and 180gr wedges, and is available, throughout the year, from the best cheese shops. For more information see (

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