Leading up to Dublin's St. Paddy's Day celebration, we are bringing you 4 ways that you can show your Irish attitude all year long, but especially on the greenest and grandest day of the year! We may be celebrating on March 10th this year in Dublin, but that's no reason not to keep it Celtic all year long. 

1) How to Mix a Celtic Cocktail

Thanks to VASO Rooftop lounge for teaching us how to mix their Celtic Cocktail, Liffey's Cooler! Want to learn more about where you can find Celtic Cocktails in Dublin? Check out our Celtic Cocktail try by clicking here

VASO has creatively incorporated aspects of our Irish attitude into their Celtic cocktail. Liffey's Cooler is named after the Big River that runs through Dublin Ireland. The edible clovers for garnish symbolize Ireland. Known as a "happy people country", Ireland is further represented in the drink with the green apple garnish, packed full of vitamin C which makes us happy too!

2) How to Wear a Kilt

Thanks to Ha'penny Bridge Imports of Ireland for showing us how to properly sport a kilt!

Perfect timing to learn the proper attire before the Best Legs in a Kilt Contest at Dublin's biggest St. Paddy's Day party, Blarney Bash!

3) How to Make a Shamrock Sundae


Thanks to Graeter's Ice Cream for teaching us how to make a tasty Shamrock Sundae!

Remember: The Dublin Graeter's is the only location where they serve this Celtic concoction.

4) How to Pour a Perfect Guinness

Thanks to our friends at Dublin Village Tavern for teaching us how to pour the perfect Guinness.

Want more ways to keep it Celtic as we get closer to St. Patrick's Day? Check in next week for How to Make a Shamrock Sundae at Graeter's Ice Cream, coming to the blog on March 16th. 

For a full list of Irish Approved businesses to visit while you're in Dublin, click here