“May Your Glass Be Ever Full:” First Irish-American Vodka Poured In US

The tall, beautiful bottle adorned with the bright green shamrock is reason enough to sample the first Irish-American vodka debuting in the United States.

It’s called Bonn Oir Gold Medal Vodka and it’s got a distinctive, rich background along with a smooth, clean finish taste. Bonn Oir, pronounced as “ban or,” was developed by the O’Shevlins of County Armagh, Ireland, dating back to an old, precious family recipe.Philip Joseph O’Shevlin II created the silky, sophisticated vodka and his grandson Philip Joseph O’Shevlin II, the founder of Bonn Oir, recognized the drink’s unique properties:

In a recent press release published in the highly regarded The Spirits Business, Joseph O’ Shevlin II stated this about Bonn Oi:

“Not just with the vodka itself, but in the heritage, the pedigree and the passion—the spirit of the Irish—discovered within each bottle.”

Bonn Oir ia a premium vodka carefully processed by using only the top-grain of soft white Irish wheat. This is the same wheat and same purity in which fine artisan breads are made.

Bonn Óir Gold Medal Vodka, backed by Timber Creek Capital and Marc Sparks, is selling here in the US for $34.99 per 750ml by the O’Shevlin Importing Company. The elegant vodka, bottled at 40 percent abv, is also available in one litre and 50ml bottles.

The O’Shevlin Importing Company has delivered double the pleasure with Bonn Óir Lite, a premium vodka that features only 40 calories per serving, as well as Irish Fire, a vodka-based spirit infused with the delicious hotness of cinnamon and rested in toasted oak barrels, resulting in an oaky finish topped with notes of caramel.

“Vodka connoisseurs —whether Irish, or wishing they were Irish—will love this new standard set by Bonn Óir.”

Cheers!

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