5 Totally Irish Gift Ideas For Those Living Abroad

Spending the holiday season away from family and friends can be tough. Here are some very Irish gift ideas, so you can send a little piece of home to your loved one this Christmas.

Celtic Jewelry

A unique and intricately designed piece of Celtic jewelry is an investment that can be passed down through the family’s generations. A gold or silver Claddagh ring is a symbol that will never go out of style. Each part of the creation has a special meaning. The heart represents love, the hands symbolize friendship and the crown means loyalty. A truly thoughtful and sentimental Christmas gift for a special lady in your life.

Surprise Snack Box

Quite literally the box of dreams! You can’t beat some home-grown produce to tantalize those taste buds. Just imagine how excited your pal’s face will be when you post them a surprise box filled with their all-time favourites such as Cadbury’s chocolate, Barry’s Tea, Taytos, Ballymaloe Relish and more.

Penney’s Haul

Thousands of Irish fashionistas around the world will most certainly be missing their pre-Christmas shopping spree on the high street this year. No shop will come close to the fabulous finds and budget-friendly accessories that can be found in this retail mecca. The ideal gift for a twenty-something living abroad, a package stashed with beauty products, fake tan, socks and a onesie will be the ultimate treat. Thanks hun, Penneys!

Aran Sweater

An Aran Sweater will instil sweet memories of The Wild Atlantic Way. We all know how hard it is to buy presents for men! A cosy and durable Aran Sweater will be just what the doctor ordered to combat those chilly winter months in countries such as North America and Canada.

Team Jersey

Whether it’s the latest edition of the county GAA jersey or the Irish soccer kit, every Irish expat will wear the colours of their homeland with pride when celebrating the festive season away from home. #COYBIG

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