Cashel Blue

Cheese Type BlueVegetarian
Vegetarian Yes
In Stock


  • About Cashel Blue

    First made in 1984, Cashel Blue® is the original Irish farmhouse cow’s milk blue cheese. With a white appearance (or paste as it is technically called) when young, it turns increasingly towards a buttery yellow as it matures. Throughout this paste, there is a blueing often referred to as having a marble-like pattern. The rind, which with time can develop a film of surface mould is untreated and is therefore edible.

Flavour notes:

Tangy and creamy, but not strong, becoming richer, fuller and rounder as it matures.

About Our Supplier

Jane and Louis Grubb:

Jane and Louis Grubb have been refining their blue cheese-making technique for over 35 years, and are always finding little ways to improve.
Cashel Blue® came to market in 1984; the very first Irish blue cheese.

Additional Information

All our products come directly from our shop based in the small village of Cartmel, just outside the Lake District national park. Our shop is temperature controlled between 12-14 degrees to allow maturation of all of our cheeses.

Every single cheese on this website has been hand-picked and tasted by our in-house cheese experts to ensure that they are truly special – we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!