• The St Tola Goat Cheese Family
  • Siobhan with the St Tola Goat Cheese Range
  • Group of St. Tola Goat Cheese Products
  • Goats in a meadow
  • Herd of goats in meadow before trees

St Tola Irish Goats Cheese

Brought to you from the West of Ireland, near County Clare’s wild Atlantic coast, St. Tola Irish  goat cheese has achieved exceptional critical acclaim since its launch over twenty-five years ago. 

From young, fresh crottin through to mature, year old Gouda, all our cheeses are handmade and matured to suit our customers’ individual requirements. As such, cheese from the St. Tola range is now among the most sought-after artisan produce in Ireland. St. Tola Irish Goat Cheese has been made in the townland of Inagh just south of the Burren in County Clare since the early 1980s. Read our Company Profile.

What else is new at St. Tola?

27 February, 2017

Have you been watching Rare Breed on TV3 on Tuesdays at 7.30pm? Here's a chance to catch up on a recent episode (7th February) its the April edition as the series follows 12 farms around Ireland throughout the farming year. Our Siobhan and Petru are on from about 2mins 15 seconds!

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11 January, 2017

In case you missed it, we delighted to announce that St Tola are featuring in TV3s monthly farming programme "Rare Breeds" throughout 2017. The first episode was on yesterday at 7.30pm... catch up by watching it on the 3player here! ...