Happy St. Patrick’s Week! At a time like this, the luck of the Irish would be nice to hold onto. The luck of the Irish dates back to the late 4th century when Saint Patrick was kidnapped at 16 years old. Fortunately, he was able to escape and he even returned with about 432 people to convert to Christianity in Ireland. In order to honor their patron saint, Ireland holds religious services and feasts every March 17.Celebrate this day with Boozy and try our top picks for the day:1. Jameson Irish Whiskey 700mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/JamesonPH (https://www.instagram.com/p/CBSxnTknZr9/) Jameson Irish Whiskey is an Irish blend of traditional pot still and grain whiskey, triple-distilled and aged in a combination of American oak and sherry casks barrels for a minimum of five years, creating a distinct, smooth flavor.A balance of spicy, nutty, and vanilla notes with hints of sweet sherry. The luck of the Irish might just be found from its smooth and versatile taste.2. Teeling Single Grain 700mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/Teeling_Whiskey (https://www.instagram.com/p/CFKYQBrq5ih) This award-winning whiskey has won best in class annually at the World Whiskies Awards since its release, and is one of only a handful of Single Grain bottlings in the world. You certainly can’t go wrong with an award-winning whiskey to test that luck of the Irish in you!It is fully matured in Californian red wine barrels resulting in an intensely fruity and beautifully amber liquid, with lush berry notes.3. Guinness Foreign Extra Stout Can 320mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/Guinness (https://www.instagram.com/p/B9JnBf-B44n/) Foreign Extra Stout is brewed with generous hops and roasted barley for a bittersweet balance and full-flavored, natural bite. Developed for global export from Ireland, the addition of extra hops ensured this Stout would arrive in perfect condition. Today it is enjoyed by millions around the world and in those millions, some may find the luck of the Irish! Dare to try?4. The Sexton Irish Single Malt Whiskey 700mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/TheSexton (https://www.instagram.com/p/ByVznupB8IA/)An innovative and perfectly balanced Irish single malt whiskey. The Sexton™ is rich in hue, approachable in taste, and memorable in character.Created by Alex Thomas, one of a few female master blenders in the industry, The Sexton™ is made from 100% Irish malted barley and is triple distilled for smoothness in copper pot stills. The new spirit is then aged for perfection in former Oloroso sherry casks, sourced from Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.Could the luck of the Irish be found in an elegant Irish Whiskey such as The Sexton? Only one way to find out!5. Bushmills 12yo 700mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/BushmillsUSA (https://www.instagram.com/p/BpIB7cQn5SD/) Aged in Three Woods,this is a whiskey for the connoisseur of aged malt whiskeys. To be savoured neat or with just a small drop of water, it is a proud expression of the centuries old tradition of malt whiskey distilling at the Old Bushmills Distillery.Maturing in Oloroso sherry and bourbon before finishing in marsala casks gives this unique single malt whiskey its rich dried fruit and sherry complexity.Very very fruity. Peaches, bananas, mango straight off the bat. These then give way to the sherry influence with marzipan, raisins, malt and a hint of allspice. If you’re smelling the aroma of a very fruity Irish Whiskey, that might be the luck of the Irish calling you. 6. Baileys Irish Cream 700mlPhoto courtesy of Instagram.com/BaileysOfficial (https://www.instagram.com/p/B5kkdZPgSEf/) The perfect balancing act of aged Irish Whisky woven with fresh Irish dairy cream, a hint of cocoa and vanilla.The whiskey complements the full, richness of the fresh Irish dairy cream, cocoa and heavenly vanilla that all go together to create a multi-award winning taste sensation for you to enjoy. The luck of the Irish might just be underneath all the dairy cream goodness of Baileys. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Week with Boozy’s Irish drinks selection. Bring out the luck of the Irish in you. Happy St. Patrick’s Week, everyone!