Paddy Irish Whiskey

70 cl

Paddy is named after the famous 1920s salesman Paddy Flaherty, who was very generous with tasting samples but also sold a lot of whiskey! This was originally the main brand of the Cork Distillers Company before they became part of Irish Distillers Limited. The blend is a mix of pot still, grain and a little single malt whiskey. Most of these have been matured in refill sherry and bourbon casks although some of the grain content has gone into fist fill wood. Paddy is best described as unpretentious and friendly, it mixes very well and has some very loyal fans, particularly in the south of the country.

  • €28.99
Paddy Irish Whiskey

Paddy is named after the famous 1920s salesman Paddy Flaherty, who was very generous with tasting samples but also sold a lot of whiskey! This was originally the main brand of the Cork Distillers Company before they became part of Irish Distillers Limited. The blend is a mix of pot still, grain and a little single malt whiskey. Most of these have been matured in refill sherry and bourbon casks although some of the grain content has gone into fist fill wood. Paddy is best described as unpretentious and friendly, it mixes very well and has some very loyal fans, particularly in the south of the country.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Aromas of pencil shavings, new oak, honey, butter and vanilla.
Palate Light and soft with some warmth from the alcohol. Flavours of honey, citrus, apples and vanilla oak. The finish is quite oaky and a little hot.
Colour Pale gold.
Fact Sheet
Fluid 70 cl
Ingredients Relatively low pot-still content, with malt whiskey and grain whiskey also included in the blend
Alcohol % 40%
Types of Barrel used for Aging Almost entirely ex-bourbon cask, with some grain going into first-fill barrels
Producer Midleton Distillery
Serving Suggestion
Serving Suggestion Enjoy on the rocks or with your favourite mixer
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Peter Mulryan The Whiskeys of Ireland 'Everything about this whiskey is light and airy. Very elegant indeed, though it works best with just a drop of water'

Tags: Blended Whiskey, Irish Whiskey, Whiskey