Irish liqueur aims to be cream of the crop with Harrod’s deal

West Cork-based Five Farms premium Irish cream liqueur claims to contain ten times more whiskey than most competitors

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
8th November, 2020
Irish liqueur aims to be cream of the crop with Harrod’s deal
Johnny Harte, co founder of Five Farms Irish cream liqueur: ‘meticulously planning launch in Britain’

A new Irish-American drinks company has secured a distribution deal for its “top shelf” Irish cream liqueur that will include its sale in Harrods.

The West Cork-based Five Farms Irish cream liqueur launched in Britain last month and is available in the prestigious Harrods of London as well as the Oddbins chain of off licences.

The company has also claimed to be the fastest-growing Irish drinks brand in the United States since being...

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