Claddaugh Bo Aged Irish Cheddar
Claddagh Bó is a handcrafted Irish aged Cheddar made by the Cahill family. The farm is in County Limerick and the farmers use milk from grass fed cows.
The name Claddagh Bó comes from two traditional Gaelic terms. The design of the ‘Claddagh ring’ is said to symbolize the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty(the crown). The Bó is Gaelic for Cow and its partnership in nature.
Claddagh Bó’s Irish provenance is complemented by its stunning hand waxed packaging in the colours of the Irish tricolour. This is an ideal centrepiece for a St Patrick’s Day cheeseboard.