Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Chopin to handle U.S. whiskey sales for Adirondack Distilling

Adirondack Distilling has linked up with a powerful international name -- Chopin.

Chopin Imports Ltd. (CIL), the marketing and sales firm that manages U.S. sales of Chopin Vodka and DORDA Double Chocolate Liqueur, has announced finalization of an agency agreement with Adirondack Distilling, owner of Adirondack Bourbon and American Whiskey. The announcement said CIL will manage national distribution and sales for the whiskey portfolio while Jordan Karp, co-founder of Adirondack Distilling, will focus on production, marketing and branding.

“We are simply thrilled to join the Chopin family," Karp said. "Their reputation and track record are unmatched. We are excited to grow our footprint, plan for the future and continue to provide true quality hand-crafted spirits.”

The move is part of Chopin's efforts to build a portfolio of family-owned spirits brands.

“We are very excited to expand the depth of the Chopin Imports portfolio by offering our valued distributor partners exclusive access to the Adirondack Whiskeys,” said Chopin founder Tad Dorda. “Our companies share the same family-owned values and a passion for crafting one-of-a-kind spirits made from the best ingredients.”

Adirondack, located in Utica, was founded in 2911 by Karp, Bruce Elwell, and Steve Cox.
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