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Bay Lough cheese

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Bay Lough Cheese
Country of originIreland
RegionCounty Tipperary
TownClogheen
Source of milkFriesian Cows
PasteurisedMostly No
TextureClosed
Weight3.5kg wheels, 3-400g waxed sections
Aging time3-4 months, min 8 months for mature
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Bay Lough Cheese is owned and operated by husband and wife, Dick and Anne Keating. Originally an attempt to provide her family with cheese from their surplus milk, Anne's experiments in cheese making were hampered by a lack of experience and knowledge. After a number of relatively unsuccessful attempts, Anne developed a greatly improved cheese that had business potential.[1] Typically considered a trade that must be taught, the Keating's are Ireland's only self-taught cheesemakers. They were also among the early adopters of naturally bandaging (coating with wax) cheese.[2]

Bay Lough Cheese produces a range of cheddar-style cheeses using vegetarian rennet and unpasteurised milk. A small amount of cheese is produced using pasteurised milk in the same range.[3]

Products[edit]

  • Bay Lough Cheddar - Yellow wax rind
  • Bay Lough Cheddar Smoked - Brown wax rind
  • Bay Lough Cheddar with Garlic and Herbs - Black wax rind
  • Bay Lough Cheddar Smoked with Garlic and Herbs - Orange wax rind

Awards[edit]

1994 Royal Dublin Show - First Prize[1]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Bord Bia Irish Cheese Booklet" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-10-26.
  2. "Clogheen cheesemakers are providing a true taste - Local - Tipperary Star". Retrieved 2012-04-02.
  3. Glynn Anderson; John McLaughlin (August 2011). Farmhouse Cheeses of Ireland: A Celebration. The Collins Press. pp. 68–69. ISBN 978-1-84889-121-0. Retrieved 13 November 2011. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png


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