Paddy is a historic Irish blended whiskey made at the Midleton distillery complex in Cork. About Midleton: The new Midleton is an enormous modern distillery in County Cork built by Irish Distillers in 1975 to streamline the production of its many brands. This brought an end to nearly 200 years of Jameson production in Dublin, but the Old Jameson ... Read More »
A bottle of Paddy in a delightful gift tin. A well-known blend, reputedly named after a gregarious travelling sales rep for the distillery, Paddy Flaherty, who made sure that everyone who crossed his path tried a glass. The triple distillation leads to a smoother and mellower style of whiskey that has been enjoyed since 1779.
A very old bottle of the famous Paddy blend, probably bottled sometime in the 1970s. Interestingly, this was bottled when Paddy still had an age statement (10 years old) and before Irish Distillers began using an 'e' in ‘whiskey’ for this brand.