New Products: Paddy Irish Whiskey

Paddy Irish Whiskey

Pernod Ricard USA will release a limited two-month release of Paddy Irish Whiskey, an extra smooth and mellow whiskey blend that will hit the market in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Paddy Irish Whiskey was first distilled in 1779 under the name of “Cork Distilleries Company Old Irish Whiskey.” It is distilled three times and then matured for up to seven years in dark, aromatic warehouses. It will be available in February in 1 L bottles.

Paddy Irish Whiskey

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Aspall Cuvee Chevallier Cyder

Aspall Cyder House of Suffolk, England and SBS Imports of Seattle announce the limited release of Aspall Cuvee Chevallier Double Fermented Cyder to the U.S. market. Cuvee Chevallier is produced from apples that are higher in acid and lower in sugar content, and the double-fermentation process increases alcohol content but also provides greater structure and mouthfeel. The dry cyder features floral yeasty notes and a complex apple palate with a balancing touch of acidity.

Aspall Cuvee Cyder

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Econo Line Popcorn Machines

C. Cretors and Company presents the Econo Line of popcorn machines for bars and clubs. The Econo Line includes a variety of affordable poppers, ranging in kettle size from 4 ounces to 12 ounces. The one-piece kettle lid features a magnetic catch for easy loading, while eye-level rocker control switches ensure simple operation. The 6-, 8- and 12-ounce poppers are available in stainless steel or antique design, while the 4-ounce popper is only offered as an antique design.

Econo Popcorn Popper

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