Kielty Alcohol Ink - An Larmhi (Maroon)
Bottle size: 15ml
Kielty Alcohol Ink - An Larmhi (Maroon).
In the words of Kielty Ink:
So why the name An larmhí? Maroon is one of the colours of County Westmeath, so yeah... An larmhí.
County Westmeath has the largest castle in Ireland, a 180m tall hill which had a pagan castle on top from where pagan Irish kings ruled the land for 200 years and lots of other really interesting history.
Meath is the geographical center of Ireland and said to be the meeting place for Ireland's five ancient provinces, the name Meath is derived from the ancient kingdom of Mide meaning middle.
In 1543, during the Tudor re-conquest of Ireland the Parliament of Ireland passed an act dividing the county into two, the eastern portion retaining the name Meath and the western portion called Westmeath. Originally Meath and Westmeath were one County.
Brand: Kielty Ink