Thursday July 2, 2020

Irish whiskey makers tussle over strategy

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

18th June, 2017
André Levy, the owner of drinks distributor Protégé International

André Levy, the owner of drinks distributor Protégé International, has called for the creation of a wholesale Irish whiskey market, which he believes could help the industry here catch up with its Scottish rival.

Levy produces a brand of whiskey called the Wild Geese, which he creates by buying stocks of whiskey from other distillers and blending it to his own specifications.

However, Levy has suffered some supply issues in recent...

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