Irish Drink Recipes
Need Irish drink recipes, fun games, and St. Patricks Day party ideas to make everyone feel Irish for a day? These alcoholic mixed drink recipes and non-alcoholic Irish drink recipes are Leprechaun approved!
Say you haven’t ever seen a Leprechaun?! You will, once you try these alcoholic mixed drink recipes!
Also check out these other great St. Patrick's Day party ideas:
These alcoholic mixed drink recipes are perfect for your St Patrick's Day Party or neighborhood crawl and add jump kick to your St Patrick’s Day Drinking Games!
St. Patrick’s Day Party Supplies!
Stir well with cracked ice and serve in a 3 ounce cocktail glass.
But the Blarney Castle resides all the way over in Ireland. So in case you can’t make it, we've prepared our best legendary surrogate: the Blarney Stone Cocktail.
In a cocktail shaker, shake well with cracked ice and strain into a three ounce cocktail glass.
Irish coffee recipes are as varied as "house rules". So check our our page on Irish Coffee Recipes for a few more.
If you like our whiskey recipes, you might also try the Mexican equivalent: Mexican Coffee, with tequila instead of whiskey!
In a cocktail shaker, shake well with cracked ice and strain into a 5 ounce high ball glass. Garnish with peach slices, strawberries, and a cherry.
Stir well with cracked Ice and strain into a 3 ounce cocktail glass
Pour Chartreuse and tea over cracked ice and stir. Pour Bailey’s over the top. Serve in a tall tea glass.
Pour vodka and apple schnapps into a cocktail shaker filled with cracked ice. Shake well and strain into a large martini glass. Garnish with a orange slice for a dash of the Irish flag!
Pour Vodka and Creme de Mint into a cocktail shaker filled with cracked ice. Shake will and strain into a tall glass filled with ice. Add Ginger Ale to taste.
Drinks from our Visitors:
A Beer FloatFrom Kate of Virginia. A Beer Float!? Yes that’s Right! A beer float!
I like a good root beer float, but I've never heard of creating a float out of real beer.
So... when I was drinking a full bodied, slightly sweet Ale last night, I wondered what it would taste like if I made it into a float.
Just take a scope of vanilla ice cream, put it in a glass and pour your Ale over the top. Serve with a spoon, straw and whipped cream on top if you like.
I think a sweet flavored Ale or even a coffee Ale works best, nothing bitter!
Champagne Irish Mist®This and the next few Irish drink recipes are from Christalean of San Antonio, Texas.
Goldshalger Irish Gold Drink
Pot O’ GoldIngredients:
Irish Jello ShotsThis is a rum jello shots recipe for "Irish Jello."
Boil water. Mix all ingredients in large bowl. Pour into plastic shot glasses. Put in refrigerator over night.
St. Patrick’s Day T ShirtsEveryone can be Irish for a day! Drink in style. Dress the part in your very own St. Patrick’s Day t-shirts!
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