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Going Green: The Best St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Have A Drink For Us!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Have A Drink For Us!

Yes, honey! We love St. Patrick’s Day even though we’re not Irish. There’s nothing like an amazing holiday that encourages you to drink up. In case you want to keep the party at home, we’ve got a list of delicious cocktails you can make for St. Patty’s Day at home.

2. Lucky Charm (KTCHN Restaurant)

Lucky Charm (KTCHN Restaurant)


2 ounces Tequila

1 ounce Sour Apple Pucker

1/4 ounce Melon Liqueur

1-ounce fresh lime juice

2 lime wheels Garnish


Add all ingredients into bar shaker and shake well, serve in a Collins glass. Float lime wheels as garnish

3. Green With Envy (Warren Whitmore, Pacha NYC)

Green With Envy (Warren Whitmore, Pacha NYC)


1/2 ounce of Jameson

1/2-ounce apple schnapps


Shaken and strained into a champagne flute . Topped with champagne. Cherry garnish

4. Cruzan Good Luck Punch

Cruzan Good Luck Punch


1 750ml Bottle Cruzan® Strawberry Rum

24 parts Ginger Ale

6 parts Fresh Lime Juice

6 Rosemary Sprigs, Rosemary Ice Blocks


Pour rum into a punchbowl & add 4 sprigs of rosemary. Give it a quick stir. Let the mixture sit for one hour at room temperature. Remove the sprigs of rosemary. Add lime juice.

5. Modern Green Lantern

Modern Green Lantern


1 oz. Lucid Absinthe

1 ½ oz. melon liqueur

Splash of ginger ale

3 lime wedges

long green lime spiral


In a rocks glass, muddle 3 lime wedges. Add Lucid Absinthe, melon liqueur and ice to a shaker. Shake thoroughly and strain into lime muddled rocks glass. Add a splash of ginger ale and a lime spiral for garnish.

6. Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee


1 oz. CAMUS VS Elegance Cognac

5 oz. black coffee

1 ½ oz. whipped cream


Grated chocolate and cinnamon sticks for garnish

Add CAMUS VS Elegance Cognac and black coffee to your favorite coffee cup. Add sugar and gently float whipped cream on top. Sprinkle with grated chocolate, add cinnamon sticks and serve.

7. Bit Of Blarney

Bit Of Blarney


1 ¼ oz. Sobieski Vodka

¼ oz. apple schnapps

1 tbsp. sour mix


Apple slice for garnish

Shake all ingredients in shaker and serve in martini glass. Garnish with apple slice.

8. Dublin Delight

Dublin Delight


50 ml Belvedere Vodka / Citrus / BM

75 ml Tomato Juice

15 ml Merlot

5 ml simple syrup

5 ml Worcestershire Sauce

2 drops Tabasco

Pinch Celery Salt


Combine all ingredients and throw mixture between two tins. Pour over fresh ice into a highball glass and garnish with a celery stalk.

9. Lucky Mojito

Lucky Mojito


50 ml Belvedere Lemon Tea

15 ml simple syrup

3-4 wedges of lime

Handful of mint

Splash Fever Tree Soda Water


Gently muddle limes and mint with simple syrup in base of a highball glass. Add Belvedere Lemon Tea and a small scoop of crushed ice and churn. Re-top with more crushed ice and a splash of soda. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.

10. Shamrock Shake

Shamrock Shake


50 ml Belvedere Vodka

20 ml lemon juice

15 ml simple syrup

Dash egg white


Combine all ingredients and dry shake to emulsify egg white. Add ice and shake vigorously. Fine strain over fresh ice into a rocks glass. Garnish with a lemon twist and discard.

11. Luck O The Mojito

Luck O The Mojito


· 1 Tablespoon Fresh Lime Juice

· 4 Fresh Mint Leaves

· 2 Teaspoons Sugar

· 1/2 Cup brewed and chilled Green Tea

· 1 ounce white rum


In a zombie glass, muddle the lime juice, mint and sugar together until the leaves are lightly bruised. Add ice until the glass is almost full and then pour in the rum and green tea. Stir. By: Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs

12. Irish Jello Shots

Irish Jello Shots


· 1 package Lime Jello (3 ounces)

· 1 cup boiling water

· 1 cup chilled Jameson Irish Whisky


Combine the Jello and boiling water in a bowl. Stir until completely dissolved, about 2 minutes. Let set until it comes to room temperature. Slowly stir in the whisky. Pour into a glass shot glasses and chill in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. By: Andrea Correale