Paddy Irish Whiskey
Paddy’s 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’s 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’s could be found in cosmopolitan cities like Milan, Shanghai and Bangkok, and in 80+ countries worldwide.
Pale gold in the glass, look for honey and vanilla, plus a thin ribbon of juicy apple and a faint plastic-y note. Recommended for mixing.