We at least had crozier blue(sheep), St Tola's ash(goats), Gubeen and a cheddar(unpasteurised cows). Yum.
Crozier blue from the originator of Cashel blue only with sheep's milk.
Goats from near Inagh in County Clare.
West cork cattle. Near Schull.
The Ultimate Cheeseboard with Onion and Fig Jam - by Nevin MacGuire
lovely. sorry, eyes nearly rolled there. it really is lovely though.
200g (7oz) packet Cooleeney (soft moulded creamy cheese)
190g (7oz) carton Ardsallagh soft goat's cheese
275g (10oz) wedge mature cheddar cheese, such as hegarty's
250g (9oz) wedge crozier blue
Ardsallagh Goat Farm is located at Carrigtwohill County Cork. Three types of cheese are made from their own herd and from locally sourced goat's milk. The cheeses are suitable for vegetarians. Wikipedia
Not Roscommon . . .
http://www.cooleeney.com/ Tipperary, friesan cows
"Durrus, Gubbeen, St Tola and Milleens. To even enunciate the names of these cheeses feels like a religious ritual. Of course their are more: Cashel, Hegarty’s, Young Bucks and Corleggy."