Corleggy cheese is an Irish goat cheese made in County Cavan.

Corleggy is a hard cheese hand made from pasteurised goat's milk. The milk is produced by a large herd of goats that graze the lush drumlins of County Cavan along the River Erne. Every individual cheese is matured from 8 weeks to 4 months, depending on the season, weather, humidity and the seasonality of the grass and herbs available to the goats at the time of making the cheese. The rind of Corleggy is natural, formed by bathing the cheeses in sea salt brine. Hard cheese made from goat’s milk is a rare find. This one is particularly special because the production process is very small. Since this cheese contains only non-animal rennet, it can be eaten by vegetarians.