The Cashel Blue is a native of Ireland cylindrical cheese made from cow's milk. It has a moist crusty bark with gray mold. When young it is fixed, already wet with aromas of tarragon and white wine. With increasing age, the character shapes of a more mature würzigerem flavor. It is pasteurized and unpasteurized available. It matures in eight to fourteen weeks, and contains about 45 % fat in dry matter.
It is named after the Irish town of Cashel in County Tipperary.