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First Irish-American vodka launches in US

The first Irish-American vodka has been launched by the famous O’shevlin Importing Company. This liquor goes by the name, Bonn Óir Gold Medal Vodka. The O’Shevlin Importing Company operates under the assistance of Timber Creek Capital, LP. This is a private capital company, focusing in changing the visions of zealous businesspersons into highly demanded, revenue-generating goods and services. Timber Creek Capital is located in Dallas, Texas and headed by businessman and philanthropist Marc Sparks. They offer essential capital, equipment, accounting, office space, legal, graphic arts, customer service skill, intellectual capital, marketing, support staff, banking, mercantile banking, networking and at least 30 years of business experience to steer businesses from commencement to fruition. 

Pronounced ‘bän ôr’, the handmade vodka’s recipe originates from a recipe formulated by an Irish family, which was propagated through 3 generations of O’shevlins, of Armagh County, Ireland. 

Dan O’Shevlin (inventor of Bonn Óir as well as grandchild of Philip Joseph O’ Shevlin II, the founder of this recipe) said that Vodka connoisseurs- whether Irish, or even desiring they were Irish- are going to love this new benchmark given by this vodka’s recipe. He also said that not only with this vodka, but in its legacy, the lineage and also passion- the essence of Irish- realized within every bottle of this vodka. 

Packed at 40% abv, Bonn Óir Gold Medal Vodka can be obtained in 1litre, 750ml as well as 50ml bottles and sell at a RRP of US$34.99 for a 750ml bottle. 

Other commodities in O’Shevlin collection comprises of Bonn Óir Lite, a vodka that has just 40 calories for each serving, as well as Irish Fire, Which is a spirit made from vodka imparted with cinnamon then matured in roasted oak barrels.