Send a little bit of Ireland to your expat loved ones abroad - including Tayto and King crisps, Lyons and Barry’s tea, multiple types of Cadbury’s chocolates, and iconic biscuits
In time for St. Patrick’s Day, CraicPack has released a special edition care package for the Irish abroad. It features a box covered in Irish sayings and contains both Tayto and King crisps, Lyons and Barry’s tea, multiple types of Cadbury’s chocolates, and iconic biscuits.
“A very Irish thing we all do is debate as to which is better – Tayto or King, Lyons or Barry’s, the best biscuit to go with your tea,” said the team at CraicPack. “This St. Patrick’s Day, we want to put the arguing aside and give our Irish friends around the world the option for both. Or perhaps it will stir up the debates even more.”
CraicPack, which is the only company in Ireland offering a subscription box of Irish food sent worldwide, has a changing monthly themed pack, with March’s box being themed around our national holiday. The company also offers once-off gift orders, with free worldwide shipping available on the two larger sizes.
In honor of the legend of St. Patrick getting rid of the snakes in Ireland, every CraicPack until St. Patrick’s Day will also include a bag of Jelly Snakes from The Natural Confectionery Co., which the team mentions “is not guaranteed to get rid of the snakes in your own life.”
With Lent officially starting today, the company has also released their Easter boxes, complete with Irish bread mix for your Easter breakfast and mushy peas for your Good Friday fish and chips. The Easter boxes also including a Cadbury Easter egg in every box. This Easter CraicPack will surely get your loved ones abroad hopping.
The three pack sizes are called Good Craic, Mighty Craic, and The Craic is 90. Other Irish goodies in the pack include a “What’s the Craic?” reusable coffee cup, shamrock socks, and a sliotar.
For every pack sold, the company continues to donate a portion of proceeds to Focus Ireland to help our local homeless communities.
For more visit https://craicpack.ie or follow them on Instagram @craicpack.