One of the reasons every Kerrygold Irish cheese tastes so distinctive is because they are each made in a unique part of Ireland. Kerrygold Swiss is no exception. In the grasslands below the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary roam some of the happiest herds of grass-fed cows in Ireland. These undulating pastures were first discovered by the Munster kings and have been nearly sacred ground ever since.
What’s sacred to Kerrygold is that these fields provide the richest, creamiest grass-fed cow's milk for their 100% natural Swiss Cheese.
The cheese is aged over 90 days to enhance the delicate nuances that give it its signature sweet, nutty taste.