It’s finally time for the ultimate all-Irish festivity! People from all around the world people eating food and drinks made of green. Doing something awesome this St. Patrick’s Day? Perhaps a get-together with your family and friends or perhaps with colleagues at work so to ease off the workload? You’re in luck because the day of three-leaf clovers won’t let you down this 2019.
There are a lot of cocktail recipes out there that you can have but since it’s your lucky day, we’ve narrowed down the search for some of the best concoctions that even St. Paddy will love. Click on the recipe names to get the recipes:
Simple, elegant, refreshing, and quite lovely, that is what you will find in this pot of gold recipe. The vodka cocktail may have just five ingredients, but these are some intense flavors and they work extremely well together.
The green color comes not from Midori (gasp!), but from Hpnotiq mixed with orange juice. Very pretty and very drinkable! The Emerald Rain blends Hpnotiq with orange juice and lime to create a flavor that has sharp citrus notes at the foreground with mellow tropical fruit playing a close second. It’s also a really pretty shade of green, as you would expect from the name.
The Guinness and Green is unique and delicious. The first layer is a gelatin mix of Guinness and Irish whiskey and the top is a green-colored gelatin with Irish cream. It’s almost as fun to make as it is to drink!
These Luck of the Irish Shots are the perfect libation to get the party started. These creamy, chocolate mint shots are definitely sweet, but don’t let the pretty layered look fool you – they are sure to pack a punch!
A Bloody Mary is a classic drink that everyone seems to have their own version of. This Spicy BLT Green Bloody Mary will totally change up your drink game. And it’s definitely GREEN.
The Melon Whiskey Ginger is more than a gimmicky holiday drink at its core. It’s crisp, sweet, tangy, and surprisingly well-balanced for such a simple mixture of ingredients.
This fun green punch can be made as a cocktail or as a non-alcoholic St. Patrick’s Day drinks recipe. It’s the perfect sherbet punch for a crowd!