Gold With These St. Patrick's Day Cocktails
By FBWorld Team
of sipping the traditional stout or Irish Car Bomb on
March 17, why not sip a festive libation that's a bit
more unique and unexpected? This year, raise a glass,
shake your shamrock, and toast "Erin go Bragh"
with Cruzan Rum, Laphroaig Scotch Whisky, Midori Melon
Liqueur, Basil Hayden's Bourbon and Knob Creek.
Mint Ginger Old Fashion
Created by Celebrity Chef
1 1/2 Parts Knob Creek® Rye
1/2 Part Lemon Juice
1/4 Part Green Chartreuse
6-8 Mint Leaves
Combine all ingredients (except ginger beer) in a bar
tin with ice and shake well. Strain into a chilled Collins
glass, top off with ginger beer and garnish with a single
1 part Midori® Melon Liqueur
1 bottle Light Beer
Combine Midori and light beer in a tall glass. Stir and
1 1 1/2 parts Cruzan® Black
1 bottle of Chocolate or coffee stout be
Combine ingredients in a pint glass. Stir gently.
Created by Tyson Buhler
(New York, NY)
1 1/2 parts Laphroaig® Select
1/4 part Sarsaparilla Syrup
2 dashes Angostura Bitters
Combine ingredients in a rocks glass with ice. Garnish
with orange twist.
Created by Zachary Brian
Taylor (San Francisco, CA)
1 1/2 parts Basil Hayden's®
3/4 parts Lemon Juice
1/2 part Brown Sugar Syrup*
1 spring of Rosemary
1. Combine Basil Hayden's®
Bourbon, lemon juice and brown sugar syrup into a cocktail
Remove rosemary needles from the bottom 3/4 of the spring
and add to the shaker.
Save the top of the spring for use as a garnish.
4. Add ice to shaker and shake.
Double strain into a Collins glass filled with ice.
Top with ginger beer.
with the remaining rosemary spring.
1 part Water
1 part Brown Sugar
1. Combine water and brown sugar in a
saucepan and warm
Stir until sugar is fully dissolved into the water.
Pour into an empty container and set aside.