If you are thinking green here are some glasses for the Irish. Here are two St. Brendan's liqueur glasses. This liqueur is made from whiskey and cream and is made in a dairy factory in Derry in Northern Ireland. St. Brendan is the Patron saint of navigators including for the United States Navy. These cordial glasses are 3 ½ inches tall and have a false bottom of ¾ inches. The glass is 2 ¾ inches wide across the top. The glasses have some unique embossing in their base. Embossed with large letters S and B with some filigree around it the bottom glass is smooth inside the glass and the embossing can be felt on the outside of the bottom. The lip on the bottom also reads Saint Brendan's twice around it. The gold scroll type lettering reads "Saint" with a filigree branch and in larger lettering "Brendan's". Under that in the smallest script it reads "The Superior" and then in a bit larger lettering "Irish Cream Liqueur". I see no chips or crack and find the weight of the glass pleasing to a woman's hand. One glass is a bit rougher on the bottom edge but I mention it only as clarity not because it is a flaw. St. Brendan is known for his search for the "land of delight". So search for that land with these really handsome unique glasses that would serve a drink well on St. Patrick's Day or any day.
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