Kerrygold for the Holidays

Kerrygold for the Holidays

The winds, rain, and warmth of the Gulf Stream all contribute to the lush grass Kerrygold cows feed on year-round. They produce sweet, rich milk, which makes Kerrygold’s butter and cheese significantly more flavorful, taste silky-creamy, and glow a healthy, golden yellow.

What makes Kerrygold butter so special?
It’s creamy, sweet, and tastes more like butter than any brand we know. Kerrygold is so fresh-tasting! And, the richness of pure butter flavor makes it cherished by home and professional cooks.

Its appetizing appearance, a golden-yellow color comes from dairy cows that graze on Ireland’s emerald-green grass 10 months out of the year. (The beta-carotene in the fresh grass contributes to the rich color.) You’ll notice its richness in your scones and cookies. Your pie crusts will be flakier and your cakes more delectable.

We carry Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter in both salted and unsalted bars. We also carry their tubs for easier spreading. They come in original, reduced fat, and blended with canola oil

Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese is unique. It tastes like a mature cheddar with the sweet aftertaste of Reggiano. Named after Ireland’s capital city, in one bite you can taste the diversity of flavors—from nutty to sharp to sweet. And, this diversity pays off in its ability to be served alongside a full-bodied wine like Cabernet, a freshly pulled pint of Guinness, or simply melted between a few slices of crusty brown bread. We love it with sliced apples and pears, in a mushroom omelet, and it easily crumbles and grates over salads and meals.

Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese is also available in a reduced-fat version. All products are made using microbial rennet, making them suitable for vegetarians.

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