St. Patrick’s Day cocktails – Round 1

Set the green beer aside! The Irish Apple Sour is a great St. Patrick's Day cocktail, complete with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Hiram Walker Sour Apple and Ginger Ale.

The old adage goes that everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. I say that is even more when a Jameson beverage is in hand! Here are some great recipes from Jameson and Hiram Walker that will help swing your St. Paddy’s celebration into full motion. I’d love for you to share your favorite St. Patrick’s Day cocktail recipes with me, too, by leaving a message in the comments below.

Irish Apple Sour (pictured above)

1 part Jameson® Irish Whisky
1½ parts Hiram Walker® Sour Apple Schnapps
5 parts Ginger Ale

Serve over ice in tall glass, garnish with lemon wedge.

Irish Applesauce
1 1/2 parts Jameson® Irish Whiskey
1/2 part Hiram Walker® Caramel Apple Liqueur
1/2 part Ginger Liqueur
Squeeze fresh lemon juice

Build over ice in a rocks glass. Squeeze lemon and drop fruit into the drink.

Irish Rover

1 ½ oz. Jameson®
1 ½ oz. POMWonderful® Pomegranate Juice
½ oz. fresh grapefruit juice
¼ oz. fresh lime juice
1/8 oz. honey syrup
Grapefruit twist
In a tall mixing glass combine Jameson with POM, grapefruit juice, lime juice and honey.  Add ice and shake vigorously.  Strain into a pre-chilled martini glass.  Garnish with a wide grapefruit twist.
Look back to Cocktail Culture for more recipes as we continue the countdown to St. Patrick’s Day 2012!
Slainte!
SJ

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