Paddy - Old Irish

Irish Whiskey
Paddy - Old Irish

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  • DistilleryMidleton

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Father's Day

Paddy Old Irish Whiskey has been produced since 1779 by the Cork Distillers Company, Paddy owes its name to a well known company salesman, Paddy Flaherty, who spread the reputation of this remarkable whiskey well beyond the coasts of Ireland.

The triple distillation process of this particularly smooth whiskey uses only the finest barley and the purest water from Ireland's lush countryside.

Long years spent maturing in Oak Casks gives Paddy its final incomparable flavour.

Enjoy it straight, on the rocks or with a mixer.


Daniel Dwyer 2007-07-22 13:16:41

Wow, had my first whiskey since my Father died in 1981, my uncle made a toast to him and all the good times with some Irish whiskey. Last night, for my 50th birthday party, a good Irish buddy gave me a bottle of Paddy's and it was so smooth, it has changed my taste for whiskey, but of course it has to be Paddy's Irish Whiskey...thanks

Trevor McManus 2006-12-16 14:07:44

Paddy is the BEST whiskey available. Have to go home to Ireland to get it normally. Not many places sell it in the UK. Strangely though one can get it anywhere in Malta! Simply the best. Once tried you won't drink anything else.

Jacob Taylor 2006-11-06 05:54:40

I was told by my Irish cousin twice removed that it's Paddy's or nothing in Irish Coffee.

Lionel O. Barrett 2006-08-20 22:13:20

I tried Paddy for the first time at the Jameson Distillery in Dublin. I was instantly hooked. If anyone tells you this is good Irish Whiskey, they're wrong. It's great!

Charles Blankenship 2005-07-15 12:35:07

I was introduced to Paddy's by a neighbor who moved to Wellington, FL from Scotland. I was completely taken aback and pleasantly amazed by the smooth, rich taste of this whiskey. Everytime he goes home I BEG him to bring this stuff back to me (I've been told I can't buy it in the US ... too bad). A great, great whiskey. Ed - We may be able to help - please email :-)