The production of three classic Irish approaches to whiskey distillation, Paddy has the distinction of blending grain, malt and pot-still into a single, smooth spirit. Each component contributes subtle flavourings to achieve a uniquely smooth result. The grain offers a light, floral touch of crisp sweetness. The malt augments the sweetness with a slight note of toasted biscuit, and the pot-still brings the traditional Irish creaminess-with but a breath of spice, honey and vanilla.
Paddy Irish Whiskey traces its roots all the way back to 1779, but it started simple, and the recipe remained consistent. As its popularity grew across Ireland, Paddy eventually made it overseas. A century later, it won first-prize medals in Philadelphia (1876), Sydney (1879) and Cork (1883), along with a gold medal at the World’s Fair in Paris (1878). By 1930, Paddy could be found in cosmopolitan cities like Milan, Shanghai and Bangkok, and in 80+ countries worldwide. And as they say in Dublin's famous Temple Bar ... "a pint and a Paddy's please".
Nose: Malty, fresh, woody. Hints of spice, honey and vanilla.
Palate: Light and crisp. Hints of nuts, malt, charred wood.
Finish: A gently fading sweetness. A lingering of mild, woody malt.
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