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Train Station
As Paddy travelled from pub to pub by train and jaunting car, he always drew a crowd, as it was well known that this most generous of fellows would always stand you a round.

This was an ingenious way of ensuring everyone got a taste for the Cork Distillery Company’s Old Irish whiskey and put pressure on the publicans to keep it in stock. When publicans ran low on stocks, they wrote to the distillery asking for another case of ‘Paddy Flaherty’s whiskey’.

The name stuck so much so that in 1912, Cork Distilleries officially changed the name of the whiskey to Paddy Irish Whiskey.

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