Paddy Old Irish Whiskey 1L1L
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What started off its long life as the "Cork Distilling Company Map of Ireland Old Irish Whiskey" is now known and loved around the world as Paddy Old Irish Whiskey. It was given this much more memorable name in 1912, in honour of the Cork-based salesman who was so excellent at selling this delightful blend that his customers would ask for "Paddy Flaherty's whiskey".
A product of the Cork Distilling Company, this whiskey definitely gives a tour of Ireland in the mouth. This map of Ireland is made up of all three types of Irish whiskey: single malt, grain, and single pot still. Once these are triple distilled and matured in oak casks for up to seven years, the result of this mixture is an unusual Irish whiskey that is one of the softest on the market.
Unlike most Irish whiskeys, Paddy Old Irish Whiskey has a high malt content, giving this blend an edge above the competition for those malt lovers out there. Now the fourth best-selling Irish whiskey in the world, this blend is superbly easy to drink and approachable. It is perfect to enjoy on its own or to mix into a great mixed drink. If you want to taste all that Ireland has to offer, Paddy Old Irish Whiskey is a great option.
Description of Paddy Old Irish Whiskey 1L
Paddy Old Irish Whiskey 1L
- Color: Paddy Old Irish Whiskey 1L has a light golden colour
- Smell: the nose has a fresh and lively aroma, a complex mixture of malted nuts, fragrances of spices, wood and hints of honey and vanilla.
- Mouth: In mouth has a mild, smooth flavour, ripe malt, a touch of sweet oil, spices strokes.
PROCESSING: After the triple distillation process of this particular good whiskey, spent long years of maturation in oak barrels gives Paddy incomparable aftertaste.
CELLAR: Irish Distillers
The Irish Distillers Group is part of the fine portfolio of products at Pernod Ricard. The company is now considered the largest supplier of spirits and wines in Ireland.More about the Producer