March 14, 2006

Dial-A-Toast for St. Patrick's Day

Slainte!Not all of us are blessed with the gift of blarney. In fact, if you're anything like us, you tend to get more long-winded and bombastic with every sip you take. But if there's any day of the year where you should at least be able to fake your way to a silver tongue, it's St. Patrick's Day. After all, it's the day everyone is Irish, and it's the day there are going to most certainly be surrounded by drunken Irishmen (or Irish wannabes).

This year, thanks to Bushmill's, you'll be able to remember at least one heartwarming Irish toast, though you're on your own when it comes to the brogue.

For the Irish, the "gift of gab" is as much a part of their lore as the Blarney Stone. Unfortunately, according to the US Census, only 34 million Americans can claim Irish ancestry, and therefore are lucky enough to have inherited this valuable gift. For the rest of the country left searching for the right words on St. Patrick's Day, Colum Egan, Master Distiller of Bushmills(R) Irish Whiskey, shares some of his favorite Irish toasts at 1-800-BUSHMILLS.
It's funny, we usually don't turn to Irish whiskey when there's something we want to remember...we're usually looking to forget. But anyway, thanks Bushmill's!

Read the full Bushmill's press release.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 14, 2006 9:24 PM
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