Who doesn’t love a quirky Irish-themed Christmas gift? We have found ten cool Irish Christmas gift ideas that are available on Amazon right now.
Let’s set the scene. It’s Christmas time, the busiest time of the year, and it’s that oh so familiar time when you are once again fretting over what to buy the special people in your life.
Christmas should be fun, right? Here at Ireland Before You Die, we have made Christmas gift buying even easier for you. Heck, we’ve even made it cool!
We have discovered ten of the ultimate cool Irish gift ideas available on Amazon, and there is something for everyone on this list.
So if you are stuck for unique gift ideas for the chefs, homemakers, drinkers, or readers in your life then look no further.
Perhaps you know someone who has Irish roots or someone who just has a love for the Emerald Isle, or even someone who’s just plain old good craic, then an Irish gift is what they need.
Not only will Christmas be simplified and more enjoyable, but you will be a real hit on the day. You can be sure no one will be giving out presents like these, so here is the list you’ve been waiting for.
10. “How to speak Irish” car air freshener – whale oil beef hooked
If you don’t know what we mean when we say, “whale oil beef hooked”, say it fast!
This is the best gift for the driver in your life who is keen on Irish phrases and a good laugh.
9. Northern Irish dialect translator tea towel – tea time just got a little bit quirkier
Give the chef in your life the chance to cook and discover the age-old dialect of Northern Ireland at the same time.
8. Survival kit in a can – this is such a novelty
This cool and quirky Irish Christmas gift idea can be customised to suit the person in mind.
7. “I might look like I’m listening to you, but in my head, I’m drinking Guinness” coffee mug – nothing says it like a mug
Know someone who’s a fan of Guinness and coffee? We’ve got you sorted!
6. Gift of the Gab: The Irish Conversation Guide – the Christmas gift of the gab
Know someone who could use a little help with their conversational skills? Well, give them an Irish helping hand.
5. Four-leaf clover kit – grow your own good luck
Everyone associates Ireland with good luck, and now you can give someone the chance to make their own – literally. Now that’s what we call a cool Irish Christmas gift idea!
4. Turf peat incense ceramic cottage – smells like home
We think this is the cutest of all the cool Irish Christmas gift ideas on Amazon.
Remind someone of the Irish countryside whilst they burn the authentic smell of Irish peat.
3. The Irish Insult Generator by Gill Books – to mock the eejits in your life
A hilarious book to get you started on “effin’ and blindin'” the Irish way. Just make sure the person you buy this for isn’t easily offended.
2. Personalised and engraved Guinness pint glass – say it with a glass
Hold the phone; we have found the coolest Irish gift ever for the Guinness lover in your life. You can thank us later!
1. Instant Irish accent breath freshener – a breath of fresh… accent
Since the Irish accent was voted the sexiest in the world in 2019, we won’t be surprised if you want to claim it as your own.
So this breath spray had to make it onto our list of the top ten Irish Christmas gift ideas on Amazon.
We just know that you have found at least one of these gifts funny, quirky, or perhaps the exact fit for someone you’ve been trying to find the perfect gift for.
Maybe you’ve even spotted something you like yourself because, let’s face it, when we aim to buy for others, we end up buying for ourselves, too – and that’s fine with us.
Amazon has a vast range of quirky Irish products, which can be delivered all over the world, so it is the perfect place to shop this Christmas.
If you are over the days of queueing for hours, being pushed around in crowds to grab that last item, or being stuck in traffic trying to get all of those Christmas gifts home, then this is undoubtedly the way to go.
From big Irish presents to small Irish stocking fillers, there is something for everyone. Now, who’s looking forward to Christmas?