Spring is in the Air!

Our ladies have been very busy in the last few months and we are delighted to have lots of lovely kids on farm at the moment! We are really missing our visitors like all the members of the Burren Ecotourism and Burren Food Trail, hopefuly we will be able to welcome some of you back to our place later in the year. We have also been busy in the cheesehouse and we are delighted with our new St Tola Gold, fine chunks of Greek style cheese in Newgrange Gold Oil with Chilli and Garlic and Peppercorns, have a look at the product page to see all our great cheeses. 

Siobhán spoke at length with J.P. McMahon last week as part of Food on the Edge 2021, the podcast is available to listen to here , it's a long and really interesting conversation that runs from discussing monks in the middle ages to the emerging artisan food movement in the 1990's!  So settle back with a plate of cheese and a glass of wine! 

We also have lots of great videos so have a look on our media page on https://www.st-tola.ie/news


Online Orders

 We have opened an online shop for our customers and we have been working with an number of initiatives to sell our cheese our cheese in new online markets. Please see our full list of our shop stockists (including online stores).  Our on-line shop above offers a range of St Tola Cheeses and 3 different selection boxes so get shopping now!


Cheese Development and Moulds 

A few of our newer customers have asked us a number of questions about the development of St Tola as it ages.  Have a look at FAQs page https://www.st-tola.ie/faq to find all the answers!

We wish all our loyal customers a safe time during the Covid 19 crisis. We are so thankful for the amazing support that our customers have given to us and other Irish producers in the last year.  Above all we want you all to stay happy, safe and healthy. Siobhán and all the crew at St Tola.

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What else is new at St. Tola?

18 November, 2020

This year the Burren Food Fayre became a virtual event due to COVID restrictions. The Burren Food Trail which is part of the Award winning Burren Eco Tourism Network made a series of films about producers and chefs in our wonderful region.  So grab a Western Herd beer and a chunk of St Tola... Read full article.