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DURRUS FARMHOUSE CHEESE

Company address

Coomkeen, Durrus,
Cork

Contact details

Channels Supplied:

  • Foodservice
  • Retail
Durrus Cheese is a family-run business based in West Cork since 1979.

Jeffa Gill is one of the earliest established cheesemakers in Ireland and today, along with her daughter, she continues to produce award-winning cheeses that are carefully handcrafted on the family farm.

The Durrus Cheese range can be found on good cheese counters across Ireland, the UK, USA as well as Australia.

Fast approaching its fourth decade Durrus Cheese is still handmade by Jeffa Gill along with her daughter Sarah Hennessy, Ann McGrath and the rest of the team. The cheese continues to win awards at both national and international level, most recently winning 2 and 3 Gold Stars for the Durrus Mini and the Durrus Óg at the Great Taste Awards in the UK.

We are now producing four cheeses and will continue to make delicious, high quality artisan cheese from the excellent milk produced from the rugged terrain of West Cork.

Why Us

Handmade & authentic production, on farm & same location for 40 years . Unique washed rind cheeses

Established in 1979, Durrus Cheese is a market leader and among the earliest artisan food producers in Ireland.

Our product range

Durrus Cheese, Durrus Óg, Durrus Smoked, Dunmanus
Durrus Cheese – 1.3kg and 360g sizes – semi soft rind ripened specialist farmhouse cheese
Durrus Óg – 220g – softer rind ripened farmhouse cheese
Durrus Smoked – 1.2kg and 210g – gently oak smoked
Dunmanus – 3kg – semi hard matured raw milk cheese

Markets supplied
  • Australia
  • North America
  • UK & NI
Sustainability

Origin Green Members

Our Accreditations
  • HACCP
  • Origin Green Verified
Our Awards

Durrus Cheese has won a number of awards, including several stars from The Great Taste Awards. It won Silver and Best In Class Medals at the 2015 Irish Cheese Awards, as well as a Guild of Fine Food Award in 2016.

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