The Butter You Must Buy at Sam’s Club

Even before the pandemic, Irish butter cost about $1 more on average than American butter, according to All recipes. The real difference between Irish butter and regular butter is that European butter has a higher fat content, which results in a richer flavor, for The New York Times. If butter is a major element of flavor in a dish, such as shortbread, there is no substitute for Irish butter.

Many consumers are willing to visit multiple grocery stores and do their research to find affordable prices for what they want. However, in this case, a Editor researched for buyers and found plenty of Irish Kerrygold butter at Sam’s Club.

“Went to Sam’s Club only because they have the best price on Kerrygold. 6 sticks for $9. Might as well stock up,” the Redditor wrote in the caption. Other Redditors were thrilled to hear about this deal. “I love Kerry Gold butter, you could cover a brick with it and I’d eat it” commented a Reddit user. “Oh my god this is a robbery,” said another Redditor. The original poster added that they spent $56 on butter on this trip because it was the best price they could find in their area. Go big or go home, right?

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