Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter - Salted (8 ounce)
- Pack of eight ounces
- The foil wrapper preserves freshness and premium quality
- Pure Irish butter
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How did cows become the cornerstone of Irish wealth? Simple. Ireland was made for milk. It has everything you need to make a cow happy: good soil, a mild climate, moisture-bearing southwesterly winds, and all the green grass you can chew.
It didn't take long to figure out that happy cows produce amazing milk, which can then be churned into unbeatable butter. As early as the 17th century, Ireland was sharing its butter with the world. Irish boats were being met at the dock by salivating Swedes, Danes, Portuguese, Frenchmen, Spaniards and American colonists - just as Kerrygold butter is today.
The butter is so appealingly golden that it looks as though it has been colored, although the color is natural, coming from the beta-carotene in the intense green Irish grass consumed by the cows. Made in the style of all premium European butters, Kerrygold's higher fat content gives its butter a distinctive richness. The foil wrapper preserves freshness and premium quality.
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Top Customer Reviews
I started eating grass-fed butter after reading Dr. Weston Price's book and I will never look back. It's better for you -which you can tell by the color of the butter- it tastes better and it's creamy beyond words. Even cold out of the frig and it still spreads easily.
Yes it is more expensive, but worth every cent. I buy it at Costco for like $9 for 3 lbs. If you are a butter lover and haven't tried this, then you are seriously missing out!
There REALLY is a difference between conventional butter and pure grass-fed butter from pastured cows.
Check out the health benefits of consuming pastured butter at the Weston Price Foundation.
The only thing better than this incredible Kerry Butter from Ireland, would have to be organic, raw, grass-fed butter locally. I just haven't found a source in my area yet.
Until then, it's Kerry for me ~ I use it on everything and cook with it as well.
I'm actually running low on it, so I better go get some more ~ Cheers!
As a side note, the salted butter really isn't very salty (much less so than the other butter), which (to me) is a good thing, as I'm not much for salty flavors.
on hand, as i'm partial to unsalted, and the tub is lightly salted, but wonderful. no chemicals, hormones, bgst, rbg, rst,or
lsd!! the butter comes from cows that are grass fed, out in the sunshine, healthy, moving, not in cages their whole life with infected udders, and given daily hormone injections to get them fat and to the market faster, with antibiotics in their daily feed. this butter still has nutrients in it, like CLA, and vitamins, you can feel good about putting it on your veges, and toast, or whatever else. we are what we eat, diet is key. i'm a nurse, and i've never met a sick person who didn't want to
improve their health, even if it cost a little more, why not start eating better now, BEFORE you end up really sick from so many poor choices, and this is a good place to start.
This is so creamy and flavorful that I ended up eating two tablespoons of it while I intended to only taste it. It's like butter heroin! One taste and you are hooked!
There is absolutely no comparison between this Irish butter and whatever else you'll find at your grocer -- unless you live on a farm, in Ireland, and have grass-eating cows. If you do, then I am jealous. ;)
Oh, and, if you don't like it, please send me yours. I would hate for any to go to waste!
Butter, Barry's tea and rashers if it's a short trip.
Barrys tea, with brown bread with 'the butter'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I agree with others, tastes like margarine to me. Would only use for cookingPublished 8 days ago by jackie
I bought some of this at a local higher end market and... this is by far the best butter i have ever had, bar none. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cuss Varmint
This butter is pure gold! First, look at the packaging. This is pure gold mined by Irish leprechauns from the misty mountains by the St James Bay. Read morePublished 5 months ago by C. Jordan
A friend at work introduced me to this a couple months ago. I gave up those nasty spreads many years ago and bought generic store butter. Read morePublished 7 months ago by HawgRyder
This is THE BEST butter I've ever eaten. I went to Ireland a few years ago and noticed how wonderful their butter was, and when I came back home we found this Irish butter at the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer