Irish Wake Toast Set – The Last Toast (Green)

Slieve Foy Green with Triple Celtic knot design representing infinity and eternity.


The Irish wake has long been regarded as the most healthy way to say goodbye. Taking time, surrounded by the people you love, helping each other come to terms with the loss and move slowly through the grieving process. The Irish Wake Toast allows all present to Raise a Glass to a life well-lived. The Irish wake set is used before, during, or after the wake by the closest of family or friends to wish them well on their journey. With soothing Irish Music, the scent of Ireland, why not pour a wee deoch (Juk) of Irish Whiskey and make the last Toast? The toast whether off the cuff, or a traditional toast, is in itself an act of healing that can is repeated on other special days and celebrations. Watch the fascinating video by Kevin Toolis and the BBC  called My Father's Wake -  secrets of the Irish Wake

What's included?

  • Two Whiskey tumblers ( 2 cupán uisce beatha). If you need more cupán uisce beatha just ask.
  • An Irish candle in a matching ceramic holder, scented with 'Wild Atlantic spray'.
  • An original copy of the famous Kevin Toolis book - 'My fathers' Wake.'
  • A signed copy of Irish Music Multitrack CD including the famous Irish musician and singer Zoe Conway (click to see a snippet of one song).
  • Irish Whiskey not included!
Free delivery to Ireland, UK, and USA.

Candle Scent

  • The Candle Scent on the Slieve Foy green set is called 'The Burren'  - An earthy blend of fragrances evoking the scents of the Burren with notes of mosses, woods, turf and flora.
  • Candle scents have been specifically and exclusively blended and proudly hand poured for inclusion in our Irish Wake Set by Seamus Rafferty of Narrow Water Candles in Warrenpoint.

Cup  Color

Our artisan mixes his own glazes. The colors are earthy so they represent the timeless beauty found in the nature of Ireland.

Irish Language at a Wake

Here are some Irish words to add to the last Toast.
  • Uisce beatha ( water of life)... whiskey
  • An Tórramh Gaeilge ... the Irish wake
  • Sláinte ... ( Slon-Chaa)... to your health
  • Slán agat (Slon A Gut)... farewell ( this is said when you know you will see that person again )
  • Cad a bheas agat?- what are ya having? ( to drink)
  • Do ya want a wee 'Deoch'(Juk) - Means ..do you want a short.

Urn Presentation Box

The Cupáns are packed in twos in beautiful Irish made presentation box, and while 2 is the standard set, we can add more - just let us know.  


Ciarán- Artist, Ceramicist, designer

Ciarán, an Irish language speaker has a love of Irish history and design. He ties his Irish heritage creations with his own glazes for his Celtic Cremation Urns. A range of locally inspired colors fired in his self-made kiln. Ciarán studied and lectured in Art and Design as well as being a highly regarded Ceramicist for the last 30 years. He lives with his family on the banks of the historical Carlingford Lough. Image below is some detailing on the Bean na heireann Irish Harp Urn
Carlingford, one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. The Cooley Mountains on one side and ’ the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea’ on the other. Each of his Celtic Cremation Urns represents our history, our people and the colors found on land and sea. As Ciarán says, “they are each an expression of Ireland”. Ciarán walked the coast, fields, and mountains looking for the colors he wanted to inspire his glazes. He then went about mixing and testing the glazes to match his imagination. According to Ciarán you need to be as much a Chemist as a Ceramicist to get it just right. He spent months and months perfecting the colors that don’t truly show themselves until after firing. The combination of form, design, and the glaze has made his unique pieces much sought after. His work has been commissioned and presented to many dignitaries including An Taoiseach -Our Leader -The Irish Prime Minister and also the President of Ireland.