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5 cocktail recipes for St. Patrick's Day

02/26/2021

On March 17th we celebrate St. Patrick's Day in France, Ireland and all around the world. This is the opportunity to highlight our Irish distilleries. To celebrate St. Patrick's Day as it should be at home, discover 5 easy-to-make Irish whiskey cocktails recipes.

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Bushmills Gold Rush

Ingredients:

- 1.5 parts of Bushmills Original

- 1 part of fresh lemon juice

- 1 part of honey syrup

- 4 sprigs of fresh mint

- Lemon slices

- Ice

Steps:

1/ Mix the ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake for 10 seconds.

2/ Filter everything over fresh ice.

Tropical Teeling

Ingredients:

- 30 ml of Teeling Small Batch

- 5 ml of pineapple syrup

- 80 ml of tonic water

- A dash of fresh lime

Steps:

1/ Add the whiskey and the pineapple syrup to the glass and stir with a tablespoon until blended.

2/ Add ice.

3/ Garnish with tonic water.

4/ Squeeze the fresh lime.

Roe & Co Sidecar

Ingredients:

- 40 ml of Roe & Co Blended

- 20 ml of Cointreau

- 20 ml of lemon juice

- Lemon zest

- Ice cubes

Steps:

1/ Add all the ingredients in a shaker.

2/ Add ice.

3/ Shake and filter twice in the glass.

4/ Add the lemon zest.

Tullamore Dew Tully & Tonic

Ingredients:

- 2 parts of Tullamore D.E.W. Cider Cask

- 3 parts tonic water

- 1 orange wedge, sliced for garnish

- Ice cubes

Steps:

1/ Pour the whiskey into the glass and fill the glass to the brim with ice cubes.

2/ Garnish with tonic water and stir gently with a spoon.

3/ Decorate with a wedge of freshly cut orange and enjoy!

Jameson Irish wolfhound

Ingredients:

- 50 ml of Jameson Black Barrel

- 50 ml of ginger beer

- 20 ml of pink grapefruit

- Spicy blackcurrant liqueur

- A pinch of salt

Steps:

1/ Mix the ice, 50 ml of whiskey, 50 ml of ginger beer and the pink grapefruit juice in a glass.

2/ Decorate with two half-slices of grapefruit.

3/ Dip the end of one of the grapefruit slices in the blackcurrant liqueur then in the salt and place in the drink.

Article written by Manon C.

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