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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 www.cooleeney.com (http://www.cooleeney.com/)
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