The United States celebrated Easter on Easter Sunday, but the holiday doesn’t get much attention in Ireland.
“Easter is an Irish holiday.
It’s not celebrated in the U.S. It is not celebrated on the island of Ireland,” said Gerry O’Brien, the Irish ambassador to the U, who is also the director of the Irish Center for Media and Culture.
The holiday has a long history, dating back to the mid-19th century when it was a popular holiday for people who wanted to commemorate the Easter Rising, the rebellion by Irish loyalists that overthrew British rule.
It has since grown in popularity in Ireland, where more than 20 million people have celebrated the holiday each year.
O’Brien said the United States was lucky to celebrate it with a coffee cup.
“It’s a wonderful holiday for all the people of the United State, whether they are Irish or not,” he said.
“The coffee is a big part of the celebration.
I think that’s why it has a lot of appeal in Ireland.”
The coffee has a strong association with the holiday.
The drink is so popular, that people drink it in the same coffee cup they would a cup of milk or a cup and a half of tea, said O’Connor.
In Ireland, it is common to see people on coffee breaks during Easter to celebrate the holiday with a cup or two of coffee.
“There’s a lot more people around Easter who don’t drink coffee, and I think it’s a really strong holiday for that,” O’Leary said.
The Irish Center’s O’Connell said the coffee was a good way to celebrate, especially during the first part of Easter.
“I think it makes you feel more alive and a bit more connected to your loved ones, particularly those in your family,” he explained.
“You’re actually getting some of that energy back, especially if you’re feeling like you need a break, but if you have time for it, it’s an opportunity for you to connect with your family.”
In 2018, the U has already surpassed the 1.8 billion-dollar mark for the number of cups consumed, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
In the United Kingdom, there is also a large Irish population, who enjoy coffee and its association with Easter, O’Reilly said.