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Win a Trip for Two to Ireland | Partner Tip

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the bend—and there’s still time to channel that good old Irish luck.

Your favorite Irish spirits—Knappogue Castle Single Malt Irish Whiskey, Clontarf Irish Whiskey, Boru Irish Vodka, Brady’s Irish Cream and Celtic Honey Liqueur—can lead you to the essential St. Patrick’s Day event: a trip for two to Ireland.


The Irish holiday wouldn’t be complete without purely Irish expressions, so what better way to celebrate than with a cold glass of Brady’s Milk Punch? Festive as a four-leaf clover, this cocktail features Brady’s Irish Cream, Clontarf Irish Whiskey, Oloroso sherry, vanilla and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Developed by Joann Spiegel, Taproom manager and bartender at New York City’s The Dead Rabbit, the creamy and comforting punch is sure to hit the spot this holiday.

What pairs best with this St. Patrick’s Day punch? A pot of gold—or a big prize. There’s still time to enter Castle Brands’ Irish to the Core sweepstakes before it ends on March 29. You’ll have the chance to win instant cash or the grand prize of a trip to Ireland, including airfare, hotels, a rental car and spending cash for two. The grand prize winner will be announced April 1, so don’t miss out. And be sure to stock your St. Patrick’s Day celebration with these legendary Irish spirits—you know, for extra good fortune.

Enter the Irish to the Core sweeps now for your chance to win this trip of a lifetime.

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