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No offence but (like lots of American ideas about Ireland and St Patrick's Day) that's nonsense. St Patrick is the patron saint of both Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants. For instance the red cross in the Union Jack is the cross of St Patrick. I know Ireland and our crazy history is confusing but just a little bit of knowledge would be good. AAS - I wear black-watch here in Dublin all the time and no one bats an eyelid so thumbs up from this Paddy to your Patrick's Day...
To my knowledge SI never pulled out of the UK although 4 Marketing who look after SI and CP in the UK were always keen to distance themselves from the football casual following the brands had. Unsuccessfully I might add.Also to equate football casual culture with Nazis/neo Nazis is far far too broad a brushstroke - particularly in the UK. I would never see someone in SI and think Nazi, I would always think football casual although the brand has lost a lot of cachet in...
That's a really nice A1 Mike. A suede A1 in that type of shade is high on my want list. Valstar's is obviously great too but maybe there'll be an Epaulet version someday.
Everything dropped substantially in my Dreambox. Might just be EU though. Copped Italian-made suede chukkas for €42.
The Luigi Bianchi Mantova is beautiful, a truly stunning sportcoat.
Congrats Mike and Adele. Welcome to the club!
YOOXDREAMBOX - an extra 15% off plus free delivery on the EU site.
Your list is slightly more baller than mine! Some of them will definitely be available in the Airport duty free as well as downtown. http://www.theloop.ie/
I'm no expert either but here's what a mate sent me when I asked him the same question a while ago (not sure which are domestic only/not available in US) - Jameson 12 year old and Jameson Crested 10 are the tastiest Irish Whiskies in their price range - €43 and €28 respectively. Bushmills Black Bush - €28 Bushmills 10 Year Old - €40 For something special: Redbreast 12 Year Old - €52 Irish Whiskey of the Year 2010 - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible Powers 12 Year Old is well...
Ho ho! The Celtic Whiskey Shop on Dawson St just off St Stephen's Green in the centre of the city is a great shop for Irish Whiskey, they'll advise based on taste and budget.http://www.celticwhiskeyshop.com/At the bottom of Dawson Street is the side entrance to Trinity College on Nassau Street where all the tweed, Aran sweater and gift shops are.
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