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THE SEANCHAÍ (shan·​a·​kē)

Ireland has one of the richest storytelling traditions in the world. It was the job of the Seanchaí (storyteller) to preserve and recite the ancient lore for the clan. They masterfully told the culture’s most treasured beliefs and stories.

Villagers would gather at the local pub’s fireside to share in a delicious bottle of Brady’s to listen to the sagas of their forefathers. Sit down with a glass of Brady’s Irish Cream to hear the legend of the great Irish storyteller of old, the Seanchaí of Baileborough.

bringing people
Together

our Story

THE SEANCHAÍ (shan·​a·​kē)

Ireland has one of the richest storytelling traditions in the world. It was the job of the Seanchaí (storyteller) to preserve and recite the ancient lore for the clan. They masterfully told the culture’s most treasured beliefs and stories.

Villagers would gather at the local pub’s fireside to share in a delicious bottle of Brady’s to listen to the sagas of their forefathers. Sit down with a glass of Brady’s Irish Cream to hear the legend of the great Irish storyteller of old, the Seanchaí of Baileborough.

With a glint in his eye and a chuckle in his throat, the Seanchaí of Baileborough would spin a yarn that would bring tears of sadness one minute only to be replaced moments later with tears of laughter. You see, not all of his stories were for believing, and the same could be said of the Seanchaí himself.

Storytellers can still be found in most pubs across Ireland today and wherever a bottle of Brady’s is being shared. The exquisite fusion of whiskey and fresh cream is best enjoyed in the company of good friends who treasure the ancient art of storytelling.

A TRADITION AS OLD AS IRISH WHISKEY ITSELF.

With a glint in his eye and a chuckle in his throat, the Seanchaí of Baileborough would spin a yarn that would bring tears of sadness one minute only to be replaced moments later with tears of laughter. You see, not all of his stories were for believing, and the same could be said of the Seanchaí himself.

Storytellers can still be found in most pubs across Ireland today and wherever a bottle of Brady’s is being shared. The exquisite fusion of whiskey and fresh cream is best enjoyed in the company of good friends who treasure the ancient art of storytelling.

A TRADITION AS OLD AS IRISH WHISKEY ITSELF.

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Tucked in the Irish countryside, Baileborough, County Cavan, is home to one of the oldest cream liqueur plants in the world. We craft Brady’s with local cream (fresh from the dairy), the finest spirits and triple distilled whiskey to give Brady’s its unique and authentic taste. We expertly mix these ingredients together to produce one of the best Irish creams in the market.

TASTING NOTES
Brady’s is made in small batches, using only premium and natural ingredients. It’s a full-bodied liqueur that has a sophisticated aroma of caramel, coffee and cocoa, with hints of toasted nuts and honey. On the palate, expect a luxuriant creamy taste, accented with butterscotch, lightly sweet dark chocolate and natural vanilla. A delicate but welcome note of Irish whiskey can be detected on the finish.

our Story

Tucked in the Irish countryside, Baileborough, County Cavan, is home to one of the oldest cream liqueur plants in the world. We craft Brady’s with local cream (fresh from the dairy), the finest spirits and triple distilled whiskey to give Brady’s its unique and authentic taste. We expertly mix these ingredients together to produce one of the best Irish creams in the market.

TASTING NOTES
Brady’s is made in small batches, using only premium and natural ingredients. It’s a full-bodied liqueur that has a sophisticated aroma of caramel, coffee and cocoa, with hints of toasted nuts and honey. On the palate, expect a luxuriant creamy taste, accented with butterscotch, lightly sweet dark chocolate and natural vanilla. A delicate but welcome note of Irish whiskey can be detected on the finish.