Bonn Óir Vodka Takes Texas Market By Storm

Irelands newest import: Bonn Óir Irish-American Vodka

While the preferred spirit of Ireland may still be whiskey, Bonn Óir aims to intrigue palates with their new “Irish Vodka.”  As mentioned in the presser published by Street Insider, the family owned and operated O’Shevlin Importing Company has partnered with Goody Goody in an effort to distribute its product across the Houston and Fort Worth, Texas metropolitan areas.
In 1916, Philip Joseph O’Shevlin II came to America with little more than his vodka recipe, and a dream to manufacture and distribute the “purest” vodka in the world. Nearly 100 years later, Mr. O’Shevlin’s recipe is finally making its way to the consumers. With the financial backing of Marc Sparks of Timber Creek Capital, Dan O’Shevlin was able to make his grandfather’s dream become reality.
Currently, the vodka is available in 16 locations across Texas, and Dan O’Shevlin is excited to continue the growth in partnership with Goody Goody: “Goody Goody is exactly the kind of business we can identify with as we grow”. Bonn Óir Gold Medal Vodka will be available in both 750 ml and 50 ml bottles. The vodka is reasonably priced in comparison to other artisanal spirits with the 750 ml bottle’s suggested retail price of only $29.99. Look for Bon Óir in bars, restaurants, and hotels in the Houston and Fort Worth metro areas.

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