Set in the British Isles in the middle of the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is a proud nation of 80,000 inhabitants.
Our Creamery is at the very heart of the Isle of Man community. We are a co-operative of family owned dairy farms, whose farm-assured herds supply the purest milk – farm fresh.
All milk travels less than 15 miles from farm to Creamery - low food miles guaranteed.
The experienced cheese makers at the Creamery only use locally sourced milk to make our Award-Winning range of cheeses, which reflect the traditional skills and long culinary heritage of our enchanting island.
The Isle of Man has been producing milk and making cheese for centuries, with stories going way back to the time of the Vikings. However, our story really starts back in 1919, almost a century ago.
People have always been at the heart of Isle of Man Creamery, from Gladys Davis who was the first commercial cheese maker on the Island to our dairy farmers, who remain part of Isle of Man Creamery today.
During the many decades that have passed since the first milk and cheese were produced, the Creamery has had a long tradition of family employment, with skills proudly handed down through the generations, to produce the finest tasting milk, cream, butter and, of course, our award-winning cheese.