Last Updated on March 8, 2023 by The Noms
If you are looking for St Patty’s Day drinks, we have some great options for you in this list. Lots of flavors and options featuring Irish whiskey, celebrate the day in style instead of with a green beer!
We have some great choices for you on this list, so you can celebrate the holiday in style! St Patrick’s Day is one of the biggest drinking days of the year. The celebration is a tradition for many, even if you are or are not Irish. If you are joining in the fun, you definitely need a few tasty drinks for the occasion.
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St Patty’s Day Drinks
This holiday is all about green drinks, but don’t forget to jazz up what you’re drinking. Check out our list of 10 St. Patty’s Day drinks to get inspired by.
10 St Patrick’s Day Cocktail Recipes
Lots of Irish whiskey on this list, as well as a fun punch for a St Patrick’s Day party, an Irish Mule or two, and one fun green drink. I couldn’t not put one on the list, could I?
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10 Best St Patrick's Day Cocktail Recipes
These are some great cocktail choices for St Patrick's Day! Some with Irish whiskey, and not a lot of green!
This Irish whiskey and port wine cocktail is rich and lovely. With an added bit of creme de menthe and a whole egg, this flip cocktail is perfect for St Patty's Day Drinks!
St. Patrick’s Day Mojito Sherbet Punch Recipe
This Mojito Sherbet Punch recipe is perfect as St Patty's Day drinks for a crowd! A great large batch recipe with lots of flavor and a fun light green color!
This Irish Sour gets its flavor from Irish Whiskey, white vermouth, grapefruit juice, maraschino liqueur and grenadine. A great sip!
This Irish Mule is made with whiskey instead of vodka, like a Moscow Mule. A tasty whiskey version of the classic cocktail, this is a must make for St Patty's Day drinks!
This Irish coffee has a twist, with some toasted cream whipped cream. Then, we topped it with some Lucky Charms marshmallows to make it even better for St Patricks!
Classic Grasshopper Cocktail
Not "classic" in St Patty's Day drinks, this Grasshopper cocktail is a fun green drink perfect for the holiday, and is a great combo of mint and chocolate flavors.
This Blizzard cocktail is full of rich flavor with Irish whiskey and Bailey's Irish Cream. All combined with hot coffee, this is the perfect treat if you need a warm cocktail.
Irish Ginger Whiskey Cocktail with Green Apple
This Irish Whiskey cocktail is made by infusing the whiskey with fresh ginger. It's then combined with some sparkling apple juice, honey and a green apple for a light and delicious sip!
This simple Irish whiskey cocktail is full of flavor with creme de menthe, Irish whiskey and bitters. Rich and lovely, this is a must make!
Golden Irish Mule St. Patrick’s Day Cocktail
This simple mule is easy to make as St Patty's Day drinks! A combo of Irish whiskey, lime juice, ginger beer and gold leaf, gives it a super fancy feel and like you are sipping a pot of gold!
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