Patrick Joseph O’Flaherty of the county of Cork, Ireland was adored because he was generous, charismatic, and the life of the party. Paddy sold whiskey from pub to pub, sharing free rounds and espousing the quality of his triple-distilled spirits to everyone he met. Today, in the whiskey that bears his name, the spirit of Paddy lives on.
The result of three classic Irish approaches to whiskey distillation, Paddy’s Irish Whiskey is a blend of grain, malt, and pot still whiskeys. The result is a uniquely smooth dram with subtle flavors that Paddy himself would no doubt be proud of.