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FEB 15, 2017

Amazing Irish Golf Facts

We have a great collection of Guinness golf merchandise here at Giftware Ireland with items suitable for all the golfers in your house, no matter what their handicap is. .... read more
Created on 15th February 2017
DEC 20, 2016

Things You Never knew about Avoca in Ireland

Here at Giftware Ireland, we stock an extensive collection of gifts manufactured by the Avoca brand, the well-known Irish family-run business. As well as scarves and soap .... read more
Created on 20th December 2016
DEC 20, 2016

Tuck Into This Tasty Irish Stew!

On a cold winter’s day there’s nothing more comforting than a bowl of traditional Irish stew. You’re lucky enough if you get this made for you, but try .... read more
Created on 20th December 2016
SEP 26, 2016

Choosing the Right Tablecloth Size

Add a tablecloth to your dining room table and you create the perfect setting for parties, special get-togethers and dinner soirées.  The simple addition of a .... read more
Created on 26th September 2016
AUG 26, 2016

What to Pack on Holiday to Ireland

Ireland is one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, with more people coming on holiday every year than the number of people who live here. Ireland is g .... read more
Created on 26th August 2016
JUL 29, 2016

Really Popular Irish Baby Names

Take a look at the Irish baby socks we have for sale here at Giftware Ireland if you are looking for a sweet little gift for a baby boy or girl. A must for any Irish baby .... read more
Created on 29th July 2016
JUN 28, 2016

Are You Brave Enough to Sample a Guinness Ice Cream Float?

You might have noticed the Guinness merchandise we have for sale here at Giftware Ireland. We’ve got everything from Guinness black and cream rugby shirts to bags, .... read more
Created on 28th June 2016
JUN 1, 2016

Quirky Irish Sayings and Their Meanings

Quirky Irish Sayings and Their Meanings The language is amazing in Ireland and quite difficult to understand at times. At some point, you will probably struggle to decip .... read more
Created on 1st June 2016
MAY 5, 2016

Titanic Launch Ticket Sells for £15,000

Regular visitors to the Giftware Ireland website will be well aware of the Titanic products we have for sale. Whether you want bathroom features, clothing and kitchenware .... read more
Created on 5th May 2016
APR 5, 2016

How to Make the Perfect Pot of Irish Tea in 7 Steps

What’s your favourite Irish Breakfast? Are you a Soda farl fanatic, do you have a craving for white pudding, can’t you start the day without a dollop of Bushm .... read more
Created on 5th April 2016
MAR 2, 2016

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day is a yearly event that is held on the 17th of March, which is said to be a celebration of the death patron saint of Ireland- Saint Patrick. Althou .... read more
Created on 2nd March 2016
JAN 25, 2016

The places you’ve got to go when you’re in Belfast

If you’re planning a trip to Belfast in Ireland, there are a lot of places you should go and visit - here are just a few things that you should consider... Grand O .... read more
Created on 25th January 2016
JAN 7, 2016

5 Irish myths and legends you probably don’t know about

We all know about the Irish legend of leprechauns, don’t we – but how much do you really know about the mythical beliefs in Ireland? We’ve put some of o .... read more
Created on 7th January 2016
DEC 4, 2015

7 Irish food and drinks you NEED to try

Give yourself the TRUE taste of Ireland – whether you’re there for real or there in spirit, cooking in the comfort of your own home – with these delicio .... read more
Created on 4th December 2015
SEP 29, 2015

A Brief History on the Harp and Green Flag of Ireland

Up until the late 19th century, Ireland was unique for having a musical instrument, the harp, as its national emblem. From antiquity, the harp was a focal point of Irish .... read more
Created on 29th September 2015
AUG 28, 2015

Places you must visit when you visit Dublin

A tourist in Dublin should never be stuck for things to do. But this also means they’re going to be spoilt for choice. If you’re headed to the capital any tim .... read more
Created on 28th August 2015
JUL 30, 2015

Five films you didn’t know were filmed in Ireland

Ireland has a famous history with the silver screen. From John Wayne’s ‘The Quiet Man’ to the unbeatable ‘Commitments’, it’s a country .... read more
Created on 30th July 2015
JUN 29, 2015

Books Set in Ireland – Four Must Read Irish Books

Ireland has a rich literary heritage. From James Joyce to George Bernard Shaw, literature is steeped in Irish talent. Whether you’re an ardent bibliophile or someon .... read more
Created on 29th June 2015
JUN 2, 2015

Finnian facts for beginners

Regular visitors to the Giftware Ireland site will already know we sell a diverse range of products that make ideal presents. Visit our site if you want to send a gift wi .... read more
Created on 2nd June 2015
APR 27, 2015

Guinness – Everything you didn’t know about the famous drink

As far as famous drinks go, Guinness is up there with the likes of Coke and a Bloody Mary. But despite the drink’s popularity and fame, there are a few things not m .... read more
Created on 27th April 2015
MAR 26, 2015

Popular Irish surnames and their meaning

There are certain monikers synonymous with Ireland. Brand names like Guinness, Bushmills and Waterford are familiar tags directly descended from Irish shores. Spend time .... read more
Created on 26th March 2015
FEB 25, 2015

Five tasty cocktails to make with Bushmills whiskey

Purists will tell you the best way to serve Bushmills malt Irish whiskey is on its own, it’s neat to sip it neat. However, products like Black Bush are great little .... read more
Created on 25th February 2015
JAN 29, 2015

Weird and Wacky Guinness World Records

After a debate involving some trivial pursuit, Sir Hugh Beaver, the then managing director of Guinness Breweries, decided to put a stop to these obscure debates by launch .... read more
Created on 29th January 2015
DEC 22, 2014

5 things you didn’t know about the Titanic

As one of the biggest tragedies of the 20th century the sinking of the Titanic is still hotly debated and speculated on. We have compiled a list of five things, out of ma .... read more
Created on 22nd December 2014
DEC 22, 2014

5 things you didn’t know about the Titanic

As one of the biggest tragedies of the 20th century the sinking of the Titanic is still hotly debated and speculated on. We have compiled a list of five things, out of ma .... read more
Created on 22nd December 2014
NOV 20, 2014

Five things you didn't know about Ireland

Ireland - the home of Guinness, four leaf clovers, and leprechauns. You might know a little about this luscious green country, but there’s a lot more you probably d .... read more
Created on 20th November 2014
SEP 23, 2014

Why did green become the colour of Ireland?

Ever wondered why green and Ireland seem to go hand-in-hand? With spots of green dotted throughout the country, it seems hard to separate the island from this traditional .... read more
Created on 23rd September 2014
SEP 2, 2014

Could your luck be about to change?

Count yourself lucky if this is your first visit to the Giftware Ireland website. Take a look around our site and you can take home a wealth of traditional Irish gifts to .... read more
Created on 2nd September 2014
JUL 30, 2014

Could you pour a perfect pint of Guinness?

Order a pint of Guinness in Ireland and there’s a certain level of etiquette involved. This process can’t be rushed, you have to be patient as the pint is pou .... read more
Created on 30th July 2014
JUL 8, 2014

5 souvenirs they’ll really appreciate

No room in your hand luggage or simply forgot to get the souvenirs while you were away? Don’t worry; you can pick out much better souvenirs online than you’re .... read more
Created on 8th July 2014
JUN 12, 2014

5 Gifts for Irish Expats

Ireland has a long history of emigration, there’s a little Celtic blood in the 4 corners of the world. No matter where they end up though the Irish will always reme .... read more
Created on 12th June 2014
APR 30, 2014

New things to try when you stay in Ireland

Visit Ireland for the first time and you’ll be busting a gut trying to squeeze everything into your holiday. Ireland is naturally beautiful, the people are friendly .... read more
Created on 30th April 2014
APR 2, 2014

Tasty Irish recipes to try when you like

It’s hard not to join in the fun of St. Patrick’s Day, what better way is there of celebrating this special occasion than by dressing up, drinking a cold pint .... read more
Created on 2nd April 2014
FEB 28, 2014

Some lesser known places that you may want to visit in Ireland

Every year thousands of people flock to Ireland. Those intending to visit the emerald isle will typically come armed with a list of the most attractive holiday spots of t .... read more
Created on 28th February 2014
FEB 14, 2014

Ireland is a perfect holiday getaway location – and here’s why

Ireland as a Country Spanning 84,412 kilometres and with a coastline of 3,172 kilometres, Ireland has grown to become a popular destination for holiday-makers the world .... read more
Created on 14th February 2014
JAN 22, 2014

The Facts, Myths and Traditions of St. Patrick’s Day

On March 13th millions of Irish folk around the globe will don their green waistcoats and top hats, take a pint of dark (or occasionally green Guinness) and take to the s .... read more
Created on 22nd January 2014
DEC 17, 2013

Leprechauns – what you may or may not know

There are very few that don’t know what a leprechaun is. Popular culture and ancient lore are full of stories about these cheeky chappies. Over the years the leprec .... read more
Created on 17th December 2013
NOV 21, 2013

Five Irish sports that you may or may not know

Ireland has a rich history of sporting successes on a global scale. From Six Nations rugby to The Open, the most prestigious tournament in world golf, Ireland has played .... read more
Created on 21st November 2013
NOV 7, 2013

Why are four leaf clovers considered to be lucky?

We all know that finding a four leaf clover is a sign of good fortune. Those that are lucky to stumble upon such a discovery should count their blessings. Most of us auto .... read more
Created on 7th November 2013
OCT 14, 2013

Five things that you probably didn’t know about Guinness

Do you know the surprising history of Guinness? If you don’t then you may be surprised to learn that before the dry stout became a world renowned brand, enjoyed at .... read more
Created on 14th October 2013