I love St. Patrick’s Day! It is actually the day after my birthday so when I was in college, we would always celebrate it on St. Patty’s Day. Needless to say it was a blast! I miss celebrating with my college buddies but I can still celebrate with some fun St. Patrick’s Day drinks!
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I’ve put together a list of 12 of my personal favorite St. Patrick’s Day drinks. There is something for everyone. We have cocktails, shots, beer, and even mocktails so the kids can get in on the fun.
The drink doesn’t have to be green to be a St. Patrick’s Day drink, it just makes it a little bit more fun.
Here are some supplies you might need to make your St. Patrick’s Day party a little bit more festive:
Now on to the yummy drink recipes!
Fuzzy Leprechaun Cocktail: This recipe uses Vodka, Orange juice, Pineapple juice, Blue Curacao, and Peach Schnapps. It reminds me of a beachy drink.
Shamrock Midori Melon Martini: This martini is so pretty. I love the kiwi shamrock garnish!
Green Apple Martini: It’s not St. Patrick’s Day if I don’t have a green apple martini. It is one of my all time favorite drinks. I know, I’m girly.
Green Beer: If you are a beer lover, just use this quick recipe to get in on the green festive fun!
Luck of the Irish Shots: Chocolate and mint are my weakness. This drink supplies them both!
The Irish Maid: This drink isn’t green but it has Whisky so that makes it plenty Irish in my opinion.
Mint Chocolate Chip Bailey’s Milkshake: Looking for something cold? This milkshake is delicious! Just leave out the Bailey’s for the kids and they can enjoy this drink, too.
Mojito Sherbet Punch: This is a gorgeous drink and great for a crowd!
Bailey’s Espresso Martini: Bailey’s and coffee are meant for each other. This is a great after dinner drink idea.
Pot of Gold Cocktail: The mint, Ginger beer, and Vodka make this cocktail elegant and refreshing.
Misty Mint: This cocktail uses only 2 ingredients and it looks delicious!
Irish Flag: This fun layered shooter cocktail is the perfect party drink. It uses Irish Cream, creme de menthe, and Licor 43.
All of these St. Patrick’s Day drinks look delicious! I can’t wait to try them this year. Let us know what your favorite St. Patrick’s Day drink is in the comments below.