Cahill's Cheese, irish whiskey cheese, Irish porter cheese and wine cheese

By: Cahill's Cheese  05/12/2011
Keywords: Cheese, Irish Whiskey, Cheese And Wine

Cahill's Cheese, irish whiskey cheese, Irish porter cheese and wine cheese

Ballintubber Cheese with Chives.

This black waxed gourmet cheese truckle is made using traditional West Limerick vintage cheddar, handcrafted with fresh chives. It is always a popular choice at the Deli counters all over the world. It is ideal with a fresh salad or when paired with dry white wine or cider. It has a distinctive and delightful flavour which develops further with age and maturity.

Ardagh Chalice Wine Cheese

This red waxed gourmet cheese truckle is called after the Smith O'Brien home of Cahermoyle, Ardagh, where this medieval monastic cheese was revived about a hundred years ago. This is an adventurous red waxed cheese, veined with red wine, was revived from an old Limerick Palatine Recipe. It has a sharp taste with a strong presence of dry red wine. Enjoyed best on crackers or crisp-bread with a glass of vintage port.

Cahills Plain Porter Cheese

This brown waxed gourmet cheese truckle is the original and definitive Irish Plain Porter Cheese. Each brown waxed truckle is individually handcrafted with plain Irish porter, brewed by Guinness in their Dublin at their Dublin premises since 1759. This cheese is perfect as an hors D’Oeuvre when sliced and served with a tossed salad. It is equally as good when served as a centre piece on an after dinner cheese board.

Cahills Whiskey Cheese

This yellow waxed gourmet cheese truckle is hand made using Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey, then matured into a tantalisingly delicious aperitif. This is a traditional Irish monastic Cheese reputedly brought by the Irish Monks to Scotland. It is a simple vintage cheddar entwined with Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey to give a fabulous savory combination. It was originally created for festive occasions such as Harvest or Christmas, but today it can be enjoyed all year round.

Ballyporeen Cheese with Mixed Irish Herbs.

This green waxed gourmet cheese truckle, is historically associated with the food hills of the Galtee’s, from where the recipe came. The custom of adding mixed herbs to cheese began in the seventeenth century when certain herbs were believed to possess health giving properties. Today the mixed herbs give this cheese a deliciously subtle flavour combination which is especially mouth watering in omelets and soufflés.


Keywords: Cheese, Cheese And Wine, Irish Whiskey