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Dubliner Cheese

Launched in Ireland in 1996, Dubliner Irish Cheese is now a well-known brand in the Irish market.  Dubliner Cheese prides itself on being a multi-award winning cheese, owing to lifetimes of heritage cheese-making.  The flavour and taste of Dubliner is both distinct and unique.  It is firm with a rounded flavour and a stable, slightly dry texture. Smooth to the palate, it leaves a gentle sweet lingering aftertaste.

Even though Dubliner Cheese itself has been around a relatively short time, the tradition and craft that we use to make it has been handed down for generations.   We’re pleased that we’ve been able to blend lifetimes of experience with progressive innovation to produce such a delicious product that is a success not just in Ireland, but also throughout the world.

Dubliner Cheese has a range of varieties and formats to suit all needs:

The Original range has the staple, full-flavoured taste with crumbly texture.  Original is available in Blocks (White & Red), Slices (White & Red) and Grated (Red)

The Vintage block has a more distinctive taste, as it is a further aged cheese.  Vintage has a  perfect balance of savoury & sweet notes with a good strong flavour and crumbly texture

The Light range is has that delicious Dubliner flavour but with 30% less fat.  Light is available in both White and Red Blocks and Slices.

Carbery Group

Carbery Group, formerly known as Carbery Milk Products, is a leading producer of cheeses, food ingredients, flavours and alcohol.   Established in 1965, Carbery Group has grown to preserve outstanding experience and expertise in the dairy sector.  Carbery Group is owned by four Irish co-operatives; it employs approximately 200 people and supports around 15,000 farmers locally.  Carbery is the largest single cheese-producing facility in Ireland, producing almost 30% of Ireland’s annual cheese output.

Based in Co Cork, Ireland’s dairy heartland, Carbery have been making high quality cheeses since 1968. The temperate environment of this area ensures a long grass-growing season to produce high quality milk. This is the vital ingredient needed to craft our delicious cheeses in particular for Dubliner Cheese.

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