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A semi-soft, hand-made, cheese made at Carrigaline (just outside Cork City) with pasteurised cows' milk and vegetable rennet. It has a delicate flavour when young, but is at its best and more piquant as the cheese ages.
The dairy make a natural cheese, one flavoured with garlic and herbs and another smoked over maple chips. Cheeses can in three sizes 200g, 400g an 1.8 kilo rounds. For more information see www.carrigalinecheese.com (http://www.carrigalinecheese.com)
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