yea but that does not explain the deterioration in taste of dairygold, modern production techniques iron out all those factors to have a consistent tasting product, Dairygold is consistently bland now winter and summer.Ya the milk tastes different in the summer when cows are out on grass on a fine summer's days. That milk straight from the cow chilled is serious stuff city slickers wouldn't be able to handle the stuff.
No with Dairygold it is hit and miss. Sometimes you can purchase two tubs for €5. One can taste fine but the other can taste "off". We have even checked the batch number, one can be O.K. but not the other.Are you sure its the butter, it might be yourself maybe get yourself checked out you might have a thyroid problem.
yea i tried the aldi brand "kilkeely gold" or something, i have to say it was actually good but it was a bit more expensive then about 1.30euros, now it is 0.9euros or something but not nice anymore , so obviously they cheapened the product less butter and more gook. As I said the only one that passes the test is Dunnes "Gold spread"https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/food-and-drink/what-s-really-in-your-block-of-butter-1.3705573
See, if it’s not real butter, eg Kerrygold or the Aldi butter, then it’s stuff with loads of ingredients, colourants, additives etc. with a fake taste.
Fair enough. Perhaps my confusion arise from the description "Dairygold butter spread". Dairygold is a "dairy spread". It is not butter or a "butter spread" and should not be marketed as such. In fairness, I don't think the producers do. The Food Safety Authority have set out criteria for the various terms :No. It's about the variations in the taste of Dairygold butter spread. Sometimes it tastes as if it was tainted. The consistency is no longer there.