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January -Sláinte

For our Eanáir (January) box, the first of 2020, we celebrated not only new beginnings, but our Irish heritage & culture - ancient & new. We celebrated our journey so far & the unknown journey ahead of us. We celebrated possibilities. We celebrated friendship, old & new. We celebrated all we hold dear. We celebrated life!

 

Connemara Marble Whiskey Stones 

Formed from rare ancient marble found only in Connemara, Co Galway, these elegant whiskey stones will certainly impress your guests! Whether used in a glass of Uisce Beatha or in any other favourite tipple, with alcohol or without – they will cool your drink without sacrificing flavour! Of course, these are lovely enough to be displayed as functional art as well. 

 

Sláinte Candle 

A perfect celebratory candle for the New Year! Fifteen blissful hours of the delicious scent of Irish Whiskey Cream – you’ll want to drink up its intoxicating scent. Handmade in Co Clare by The Irish Chandler.

 

Whiskey Marmalade 

Whip up your most delicious scones, & smother with this delectable marmalade from our friend Nicola at Big Red Kitchen. Nicola makes all of her marmalades & jams in her lovely little kitchen in the heart of Co Meath.

 

 

Sacred Sites 2020 Diary & Notebook 

A truly collaborative work, we are so proud & excited to share this diary with you! Commissioned by Irish at Heart for our cherished subscribers to treasure & use all year round; it has been lovingly created by Seán O’Sullivan at Badly Made Books in Co Cork & beautifully illustrated by Dublin based artist, Emily Robyn Archer.

Badly Made Books know the value of the written word, but they also know the importance of creating as little waste as possible, using natural, recycled materials for all of their simple but lovely products. How perfect then to have the cover art created by an artist whose love of nature is evident. Emily’s work is focused on the creation of native circles, field guides to a simpler life which is more connected to the wonder that is the natural world. This particular native circle celebrates Ireland’s sacred sites & depicts these sites in relation to their significance in the ancient Celtic calendar.

 

Celtic Pen 

A lovely felt tip pen to go with your diary – a perfect accompaniment!

 

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