There’s no plural or possessive Paddy

Monday, 2 July, 2018

Paddy is a whiskey that has been produced in Cork since 1879 by Irish Distillers, now a subsidiary of Pernod-Ricard. By the way, the shameful sell-off of the company that once controlled the island’s whiskey industry to the French conglomerate was thoroughly documented by James Morrissey in 1989 in Hot Whiskey.

Anyway, Paddy is Paddy and there is no plural or possessive form.


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