Paddy has been made in cork since 1779. Home to the finest barley and soft water, it’s the perfect place for producing a genuine Irish whiskey. PADDY was named after the legendary salesman Paddy Flaherty, who made a name for himself in Cork pubs with his unique sales technique: buying rounds of his favourite whiskey for all to try. Paddy believed in putting your money where your mouth is. He backed his product and let it do the talking. His open attitude proved there’s another way to approach both work and life, giving way to the genuine Irish spirit in us all (and in whiskey!). And whatever Paddy was doing, he always had fun doing it. Soon, people all across Ireland were asking, “Have you tried Paddy’s whiskey yet?” The rest, as they say, is history.
Paddy Irish Whiskey
Triple distillation, blending of Pot Still, grain and malt whiskeys, and long years of maturation in oak casks gives PADDY its mellow flavour and soft, accessible taste. It’s great neat, on the rocks, or for mixing. Bottled at 40% ABV.