SPONSORED: Dubliner … a range of beautiful cheese with a stylish new look
The milk used to produce Dubliner Cheese is sourced from local farmer shareholders, whose cows graze on some of the finest grasslands in the world.
It is produced to a unique recipe using in-house starter cultures that give Dubliner Cheese its distinctive nutty, creamy taste.
Dubliner Cheese Lighter has 33% less fat, and is the perfect choice for those seeking a low-fat option, with a higher protein and calcium content. Dubliner Cheese Lighter has preserved the distinctive, delicious Dubliner taste. “Less fat but with no compromise on flavour,” is the company’s proud boast.
Dubliner Vintage is a distinctive, aged cheese with a crumbly texture and a perfect balance of sweet and savoury. It combines the sharpness of mature cheddar with the nuttiness of a Swiss cheese. It is lovely in a sandwich, with chutney and ham, and it makes a perfect pairing for apples or pears.
Dubliner Cheese has recently introduced new packaging for its Mature, Lighter and Vintage brands.
It’s a new look but the cheese retains the same high quality and subtle, delicious flavours.”We are all very excited about our new packaging across the Dubliner range,” says Aoife O’Donovan, Marketing Manager – Cheese Retail & Food Service Ireland.”The most important thing to consumers when buying cheese is taste. So as part of the new packaging we took this into account and have dialled up our taste descriptors and added the maturity of the cheese. This is very important to our Lighter range, as people assume reduced fat cheese doesn’t taste as good. However there is no compromise on taste for our Lighter Cheese range, in fact our Dubliner Lighter cheese has won several international awards.”
The stylish new packaging makes Dubliner Cheese stand out on the shelves. But, as always, it is the stand-out taste that has cheese-lovers coming back for more.
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