Paddy Irish Whiskey posted a profit of €5.2 million in the year to the end of June 2017, according to new figures published in The Sunday Times.
This was its first full year under new ownership - the whiskey business was bought by US group Sazerac from Irish Distillers in May 2016.
Accounts filed by Sazerac of Ireland valued Paddy Whiskey's share capital and reserves at €93.6 million. The company had five staff last year.
New Orleans-based Sazerac owns a large range of spirits and liqueurs, including Southern Comfort.
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