You Are Here – Dublin

With the Ireland mug comes You Are Here – Dublin. Together, they form a beautiful pair which makes the trip to Irand twice as exciting.
The most noticeable elements on the front of the mug are:
– Ha’penny Bridge – Dublin’s oldest pedestrian bridge over the River Liffey. It’s so-called because you once had to pay half a penny to cross it. Its official name is the Liffey Bridge, and it was built in May 1816 and became one of the most famous bridges in the city.… Read more

You Are Here – Ireland

What a pleasant Friday release from Starbucks! As per increasing collectors’ demand, You Are Here – Ireland mug is finally here. Obviously featuring:
– Shamrock – the national flower of Ireland. St Patrick used the shamrock’s three leaves to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagans during his mission of Christianizing Ireland. Shamrock is also a symbol of luck, mainly if it has four leaves. It was also an important symbol to the ancient Irish druids who believed that everything important in the world comes in threes, like the three dominions of earth, sky, and sea, as an example.… Read more

Icon – Ireland

This Icon mug came from Ireland. Brown is used as its theme color. Clá¡irseach can be seen on the front of the mug and Cliffs of Moher on the back.
This mug is pretty common.
Countries of production: China, Taiwan… Read more

Icon – Dublin

This Icon mug came from Dublin, Ireland. Light Green is used as its theme color. Ha’penny Bridge can be seen on the front of the mug and Dublin Skyline on the back.
This mug is pretty common.
Countries of production: China, Taiwan… Read more