Question by  debi (19)

What drinks are banned in Ireland?


Answer by  user26 (176)

If I'm not mistaken absinthe is illegal in Ireland this drink comes from the flowers and leaf's of the grande wormwood plant, and is usually claimed to cause hallucinations. Often times it's drank by pouring over a sugar cube or dissolving one in the drink.


Answer by  spriteguy (43)

Absinthe. Absinthe is a drink originating from the Czech Republic. The alcoholic content is normally 80%! It is derived from different herbs. Many people say that when you drink one shot of Absinthe, hallucinations will appear. It has been referred to in the movie "Eurotrip" as the "green fairy" drink.


Answer by  vaishb88gmailcom (37)

Yes i red your question ,i think thujone and absinthe are the drinks that has been banned in Ireland. Thujone is a ketone and monoterpene that exist in two stereoisomeric forms. It has the molecular formula C10H16O and has a molecular weight of about 152. 23g/mol.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Energy drinks, such as Red Bull are banned in Ireland. Drinks with aspartame are also banned. Although drinking alcholol is not banned you still must be the legel age to drink.


Answer by  TwoToneDodge (2204)

Absinthe is an alcoholic drink that is banned in Ireland. You wont find much else that you cannot drink but because of its extremely high alcohol content you are not to drink it.

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