Here’s a fun jigsaw puzzle featuring an Irish hot whiskey with lemons and cloves, also known as a hot toddy in Scotland.
The yellow lemon shades against the black background contrast nicely with the golden hues of the whiskey for a fun little puzzle.
You can make it as difficult or as easy as you like, by choosing the number of puzzle pieces with which to play.
Have some good old Irish fun with this jigsaw.
If you love to raise a glass to Ireland, and are in the older age group who can legally enjoy a wee drop, then have fun piecing this puzzle together.
Here’s what the image looks like:
Check out my recipe wher you can learn all my tips and tricks for making delicious Irish Hot Whiskey.
Helpful Directions For Assembling These Online Puzzles:
Use your mouse to move the pieces, then drop and click to link them together.
Hover over the image icon on the top menu bar to open the image in a light box, to guide you as you piece it together.
You can also choose how many pieces you wish to use.
In the center menu, the grid box to the left allows you to choose the number of pieces with which you wish to play. There’s a low option of 9 pieces if you have a little one who would like to try it out, and you can choose 100 or more pieces if you have a large computer screen.
Happy jigsaw building as you recreate these images of Ireland.
Here are some other jigsaws to stir memories and dreams of the Emerald Isle.
Here’s a link for the Irish American Mom Online Puzzle page where you’ll find the complete selection of online jigsaws available on this website.
Happy puzzle making!
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
If you have trouble moving the puzzle pieces you may find a solution here by enabling hardware acceleration on your browser.
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