Irish Cheesemakers, Carbery, have recently won two gold medals at the recent British Cheese Awards for 2017.
In total, the Irish company won two gold medals, one silver and three bronze at the event.
The awards took place at the Royal Bath and West Show in Somerset, England.
The Irish company beat off numerous other competitors to claim gold twice at the event.
The cheese which won the gold medals were Carbery’s Reduced Fat white mature cheddar and Their Dubliner original red cheddar.
The silver was given for their Reduced Fat White extra mature cheddar while the bronze medals were awarded for their Mature White Cheddar, their White Reduced Fat cheese and finally their Red Leicester cheese.
The competition saw over 800 entrants this year, with a range of different diverse types of cheese on show on the day. Competitors came from all over the UK and Ireland with the hopes of bringing home a medal.
The company, which is the largest cheese producer in the country, have further enhanced their glowing reputation with these recent wins and remain as one of the most respected cheese makers in Europe.