St. Patrick’s Day is a boozy celebration of history and culture, and as a way to celebrate and honour this important tradition, a shamrock-shaped piñata was born! Packed with assorted nips (or airplane bottles) and candy, this pinata is ready and eager to be smashed for a good time.
The mental gymnastics to make sense of this fusion aren’t actually all that hard, either. Piñatas hail from Europe originally, coming into fashion in 14th century Italy before spreading throughout Western Europe and ultimately traveling with Spanish colonizers to Mexico, where the tradition has enjoyed the greatest staying power, and thus the strongest cultural association.
And here’s the important part: Piñatas, St. Patrick’s Day – they’re all about fun, and fun is what you’ll have with this pinata!