St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that commemorates the figure of St. Patrick, a preacher born in a Roman home in Scotland or Wales, who would have come to Ireland in the year 432 to evangelize. This tradition uses the color green to scare away the leperchauns, that is, goblins from Celtic mythology.
We know that green is the representative color of St. Patrick’s Day. You can make this beer at home. All you’ll need is a fairly light, green-colored beer You get your best pint of beer, add the beer, and the food coloring. Don’t overdo it with the coloring because you can create a very dark, weird green color.
A fruity version of the traditional shot. Light, creamy and with a rich fruit flavor because of the melon liquor.
Ingredients (makes two shots)
60 ml of melon liquor
15 ml Irish whiskey
15 ml Irish cream (like Bailey’s)
Add the ingredients and ice in a shaker. Shake well until all the elements are incorporated. Filter the mixture into a shot.
Another green cocktail for your party. The Grasshopper does not use any hard liquor, it only needs two creams of liquor like mint cream and cocoa cream.
30 ml Spearmint cream
White cocoa cream 30 ml
30 ml thick cream (to be whipped)
A sprig of mint
Type of glass
Old Fashioned Coupe
Add the ingredients, except the mint, in the shaker and add ice. Shake the shaker and strain the ingredients into the previously chilled glass. That’s it, just add the mint stick for the garnish. Garnish, taste and enjoy!
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.