7 St Patrick’s Day Cocktails You Need To Try!

16th March 2015
7 St Patrick’s Day Cocktails You Need To Try!

If Guinness isn’t your thing, get looking over our St Patrick’s Day cocktails to make.

Yes, of course, they’re all green!

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Our favourite St Patrick’s Day cocktails

1. Tokyo Iced Tea

St. Patrick meet Tokyo, Tokyo meet St Patrick, now go out and play!

The Tokyo Iced Tea echoes the infamous Long Island Ice Tea but shakes things up a little to give the cocktail more of a citrus, refreshing edge.

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  • High Ball glass
  • Cubed Ice
    • 12.5 cl – Vodka
    • 12.5cl – Gin
    • 12.5cl – White Rum
    • 12.5cl – Midori
    • 12.5cl – Tequila
    • 12.5cl – Sugar Syrup
    • 25cl – Fresh lemon juice
    • Lemonade to the top
    • Lemon wedge and glacier cherry garnish

2. Midori Sour

A little leprechaun once told us that St Patrick was also a fan of the sweet and sour blend. So why not join him this St. Patrick’s Day?

If you do, remember to share your creation with us using #EuropeanBartenderSchool

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  • Rocks Glass
  • Cubed Ice
    • 4cl – Midori
    • 6cl – Sweet and sour mix
    • 2 dashes – Angostura bitters
    • Lemon wedge

3. June Bug

Take St. Patrick to a tropical island to celebrate, well not physically but the June Bug will certainly take you there mentally.

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  • High Ball Glass
  • Cubed Ice
    • 2cl – Midori/ De Kuyper Melon
    • 1cl – Malibu
    • 1cl – De kuyper Banana
    • 4cl – Sweet and sour mix
    • 6cl – Pineapple juice

4. #EBSDublin’s St Patrick’s Pride

Fresh from Dublin, out of all our St Patrick’s Day cocktails, this might be our favourite…

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  •            Green Highball Glass
  •            Cubed Ice
    •      40ml Tullamore DEW
    •      15ml Chartreuse
    •      12.5ml Orgeat
    •      25ml Lemon
    •      80ml Pressed Apple Juice
    •      Rhubarb Bitters

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain over ice filled highball glass.

Garnish: Mint Sprig, Lemon Wedge, Sugar Dust

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5. Apple Martini

An icy cold martini is one of our St Patrick’s Day cocktails that will warm your hearts, no matter how cold it is outside.

For those of you celebrating the evening in style then the Apple Martini is definitely for you.

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  • Martini Glass
  • No Ice
    • 4cl – Vodka or Gin
    • 2cl – De Kuyper Apple
    • 3cl – Fresh lemon juice
    • 1cl – Sugar syrup
    • Apple leaf garnish

6. The Kermit

The hint is in the name and out of our St Patrick’s Day cocktail, this is about as green as they come.

You’ll definitely catch a few eyes and turn a few heads with this in your hand; a luminous shade to your lucky four leaf clover.

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  • High Ball Glass
  • Cubed Ice
    • 2cl – Vodka
    • 2cl -Pisang Ambon Liqueur
    • 1 dash Sour Mix
    • Lemon & Lime (Sprite or 7-Up) to the top of the glass
    • Garnish: Lime Wheel
    • Sprig of mint (optional)

7. Angostura Passion

This tangy tropical twist will send you straight back to primary school and your classes. Blue and yellow make… GREEN!

This cocktail is best made in a jug but be warned: This extravagant cocktail needs a garnish to match!

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  • Cubed Ice
  • Collins Glass
    • 5cl – Vodka
    • 5cl – Malibu Coconut Rum (coconut rum)
    • 2cl – Blue Curacao
    • 3-4 dashes Angostura Bitters
    • 15cl – Pineapple Juice
    • 2cl – Lime Juice
    • Garnish: Red Maraschino Cherry, Pineapple Spear, Orange Twist (We could go on!)

So, there you have it, seven awesome St. Patrick’s Day cocktails that should kick start your night in the greenest way possible.

Turn your friends green with envy this St.Patrick’s and let us know which cocktail you chose by sharing your photos using #EuropeanBartenderSchool on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

 

 

kirsty

kirsty

Kirsty is the Content Writer at EBS. In her free time, she likes sipping on Espresso Martinis, watching videos of funny dogs, and exploring the city. Originally from Scotland, she has spent many summers working and living in different European cities.