Irish Derby from Serious Eats: An Irish spin on a vintage cocktail recipe that originally called for bourbon.
How to make a classic Irish Coffee, the perfect drink to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Little Italy cocktail: You can't go wrong with rye, Cynar and sweet vermouth (and a homemade maraschino cherry of course)
Sex Panther Double Chocolate Porter - smooth and balanced with just enough natural chocolate character.
American Trilogy, a "harvest Old Fashioned” made with applejack and rye
The Hellcat Years cocktail: mango-chili shrub, cachaca, lime, Montenegro amaro.
Alcohol infused Marshmallows, perfect for the drinker who has tried everything.
Rosemary Sloe Gin Fizz
White wine citrus sangria with No. 209 Gin.
The Carthusian Sazerac from Saveur gets a boost from the complex, herbal flavor of chartreuse and a bright dash of lemon bitters
King Cole - A classic cocktail with bourbon and Fernet-Branca. Boozy with a smoky first impression and a mild, bitter aftertaste.
Double Irish Trouble adult milkshake: A take on Irish Coffee. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
An interview with Mark Hisplop of the independent brewery Brew Dog.
Tangerine Passionfruit Rum Martini, delicious and not too sweet!
A St. Patrick's Day take on the mojito with Irish whiskey and honey liqueur.
Make your own version of Pechuga mezcal, the earthy, smokey...meaty spirit.
The Honey Bunny Hot Toddy: a rum-spiked take on the hot toddy.
We are bringing summer back with our Ginger Raspberry Crush Cocktail. Fruity and fresh. Cheers!
First Chair, a maple bourbon cocktail from the Salty Tomato
Keep it classy on St. Patrick's Day with one of the most underrated green cocktails: The Gimlet!
The Vieux Carré Cocktail — a New Orleans original
Minty & Boozy St. Patty's Day Iced Coffee - A perfect morning or mid-afternoon pick-me-up for a party weekend!
Meet The Redless Snapper: a new take on a Bloody Mary, with gin and tomato water.
The Hamilton Cobbler is like the mint julep's fun California cousin, made with pineapple juice.
A delicious and indulgent drink, perfect for St. Patrick's Day festivities.
Negroni served inside an ice sphere!
This absinthe tipple holds powerful magic.
Southern Cocktails: The Seelbach. A delicious mix of Kentucky whiskey, Cointreau, bitters and champagne.
Classic New Orleans hurricane recipe
"The 'Bloody Point' Mary"- all the flavors of the Chesapeake in one tangy, fresh, delicious drink!
Diamondback No. 5: A Southern twist on an Old-Fashioned.
Boozy Shamrock Shakes made with homemade ice cream, topped with Bailey's whipped cream, and paired with Pot 'O' Gold cake batter truffles.
The Fine and Dandy. A delightful cocktail that harkens back to the days of jazz and bathtub gin.
Hurricanes for Mardi Gras!
Gin on Gin Julep: This chilly and refreshing drink calls for both gin and genever.
Spicy Shrub Paloma: a grapefruit shrub and tequila combine to make a light, fresh drink.
Boozy St. Patrick's Day Milkshake.
The pre-prohibition Journalist is crisp and dry, just like newsprint.
Pernod Ricard brings the legendary Irish Whiskey Green Spot to the United States. Drink Spirits has a full review.
Tiki almost always means rum, but the gin-based Saturn cocktail is perfect when you need a bit of summer in a glass.
Clontarf Irish whiskey cocktail with Celtic honey liqueur.
A Mule is a cocktail made of a base spirit, citrus & ginger beer. The most famous is a Moscow Mule & it features vodka. This Glasgow Mule is made with Scotch.
Austin, Texas gives us a gin called "Genius" ~ Includes a couple of helpful recipes, too.
Tipsy Caramel Smores Milkshake
Seven Stills of SF releases a craft whiskey made from a chocolate stout with peated malt called Chocasmoke Whiskey. Drink Spirits has a review.