Only what she had at the shop in Madison I believe.
She ages a gouda 18mo's plus under the category "super" but it's nothing like this.
Roomano is a little similar- aged 3-4 years. Murray's has it.
Nonetheless, Kerrygold makes good cheese. To my mind it is the best of the large commercial cheesemakers. Relatively inexpensive, and it lasts a long time, so we usually have some of their aged cheddar around the house for when we run out of fresh cheese.
Inspired by this thread, I'm going to take my daughter down to Pastoral today and get a selection of nice cheeses. So many good choices...
They have the Ossau-Iraty and Pleasant Ridge Reserve, so we'll give those a try based on the recommendations here since we like those styles of cheese.
They also have Sar Vecchio, and we could use some parmigiano (style) cheese, but I didn't know that there was any good US production of this type of cheese. Is the Sar Vecchio good?
Also, what about a blue? They have the Stichelton, but I usually prefer blues that are creamier, like Cashel and Roaring Forties. They have a couple of new (to me) American Cheeses for Cheese Month -- how about Point Reyes Blue or Cave Man Blue?