"Top o' the mornin' to ya, Lassie", and the correct response to this Irish greeting, "And the balance of the day to yourself."
Too early for a Bulmers (Irish Cider)... maybe later, you don't have to be tall to order a tall one... the Smurfs will drink to that! :)
Although I may prefer a Guinness... the milk of Ireland (according to our taxi driver).
A view from the top of the Guinness Storehouse rooftop bar serving creamy pints of stout. Ingredients (since 1759) of barley, water, hop and yeast... the secret that distinguishes Guinness Beer from others is in the brewing and the Irish have Arthur Guinness to thank for that, the original Brew Master, but shhh, it's a secret!
Old Jameson Distillery...
Ladies and Gentleman... not once, not twice but three time distilled, follow me into the other room to find out why (so many secrets in Ireland)!
Jameson combines malted barley with unmalted or "green" barley. The most famous component within Jameson is the "Pure Pot Still" distilling tradition.
Theater or a good book...so many renown writers lived in Dublin. The script of "Hay Fever" was written by Noel Coward... which leads us to the Dublin Writer's Museum haunted by such writers as Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Ernest, James Joyce, Ulysses, and my favorite C.S. Lewis, Narnia chronicles... a wild sensation to be among the spirits of these great authors.
To be continued...
Orange you happy there's always something to look forward to?