Michael Barry, managing director of Barry & Fitzwilliam has been a "lifelong fan" of Rod Stewart’s music is "ecstatic" to have concluded a deal with Rod and his team to become the Irish distributor of Wolfie’s.
The deal was agreed recently in Cork while Stewart was in town for two sold out concerts at the Marquee which took place on the 20 and 21 June.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Heritage
According to the drink distributor, designed to reflect Rod’s rock ‘n’ roll heritage with subtle nods to Americana, Wolfie’s was inspired by the legendary musician’s early hell raising days with the Small Faces.
“Wolfie’s is a rascal of a thing and with just a sip the whisky [whiskey] takes you back to the good old days. Fine-tuned and perfectly balanced, Wolfie’s is a delight both over ice and mixed into a favourite cocktail,” said Stewart.
“It’s a fine tipple, whether you’re partying with friends, celebrating a Celtic win or reminiscing with family. For me, Wolfie’s depicts the carefree behaviour of my more mischievous days, and the excitement of what life still has to offer – let the good times roll!”
'Balanced With Flavour'
Wolfie’s Blended Scotch Whiskey (40% ABV) is 'balanced with flavours of warming cinnamon, fresh vanilla, and baked apple'.
The whiskey has a 'delicate taste of sweet peat and pears in syrup before finishing with candied citrus peels and a gentle oak spice'.