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2. Honeydew Martini. A beautiful shade of green, and so simple, it’s sure to agree with most everybody: vodka, midori and triple sec.

The Honeydew Martini drink recipe features Midori with vodka and triple sec. The taste of this delicious, beautiful cocktail is equal parts honeydew and orange, with a very strong kick from 3 ounces of vodka.

3. Or if you don’t love Midori that much, try the Honeydew-Ginger Martini. Midori with Domaine De Canton Ginger Liqueur, lemon juice, vodka and bitters.

The Honeydew-Ginger Martini uses Midori and Domaine De Canton Ginger Liqueur for the cocktail’s main flavors of honeydew and ginger. Lemon juice and Angostura bitters givethis drink recipe a little bit of spice.

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4. Emerald Rain. The green color comes not from Midori (gasp!), but from Hpnotiq mixed with orange juice. Very pretty and very drinkable!

Emerald Rain drink recipe with Hpnotiq, vodka, orange and lime.

5. Irish Flag. The colors of the Irish flag in a layered shooter featuring green creme de menthe, Licor 43 and Irish cream.

The Irish Flag drink is a layered cocktail with Irish Cream, green creme de menthe and Licor 43 - the colors of the Irish flag. The flavor is a surprisingly tasty blend of vanilla, caramel and mint.

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If you’re not sure you can pour a layered cocktail, check out my easy layering tutorial!

 

6. The Grasshopper. This lovely old mint and chocolate classic is a beautiful shade of green.

Creamy green Grasshopper cocktail with mint sprig

7. Gold Emerald Shooter. It’s green and it’s got “emerald” in the name, so this drink makes a great choice. The flavor is a little unusual (Midori and Goldschlager), so it may not be a hit with everyone. But give it a try – it’s really good!


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The Gold Emerald Shooter has a really unique flavor combination: melon and cinnamon. It may sound odd, but this is one of those drinks you've got to try. Plus, it's a beautiful green with gold flecks.

8. Misty Mint. With green creme de menthe and light rum, this gorgeous emerald green drink is a hit for St. Patrick’s Day.

Misty Mint cocktail recipe with creme de menthe and rum.

9. Irish Coffee. Hot, strong coffee with Irish whiskey and/or Irish cream, topped with whipped cream.





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The Irish Coffee is a classic cocktail featuring coffee and Irish whiskey, and optional Irish cream. It's usually served with the Irish cream, but the version without Irish cream is surprisingly good.

10. Emerald Isle. Gin gets a touch of green creme de menthe meets and three dashes of Angostura bitters.

The Emerald Isle Cocktail blends herbal and citrus notes from gin with a touch of mint. It's an unusual flavor combination, but the spice from a few dashes of Angostura bitters brings it all together.

11. Irish Hammer. Need a shooter on your holiday party menu? Try this one, with Jack Daniels, Irish Mist and Baileys.

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The Irish Hammer shot blends Jack Daniels Tennessee whiskey with Irish Mist and Irish cream. It has lovely honey and caramel notes (especially if you use Carolans Irish cream) to balance the whiskey.

12. Evergreen. This may seem like a strange choice, other than the color. Tequila meets Midori and green creme de menthe, along with some white grapefruit juice and pineapple juice.

The Evergreen Cocktail is a beautiful emerald cocktail featuring Midori, creme de menthe, tequila and tropical fruit juices. It may sound like an odd combination, but the flavor is tangy and sweet.

13. Jade. There are two quite different recipes called the Jade cocktail. The link has both of them – the second would be more your traditional emerald green cocktail, but the first makes a beautiful lighter green, so pick whichever recipe sounds tastier to you.


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There are a few cocktails called the Jade cocktail, and they’re very different. Here are two versions, one featuring rum, crème de menthe and Cointreau, and another featuring Midori and champagne.

14. Chocolate Leprechaun. This one’s definitely more St. Patrick’s Day in theme, but it looks like chocolate milk. Still, it’s delicious and lots of fun – and you could always add some food coloring (see the above linked green beer article for suggestions on getting the color just right).

The Chocolate Leprechaun is a very lightweight cocktail, with just one ounce of Irish cream for its alcohol content. It's hardly a health drink, but at least it does give you seven ounces of milk.

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15. Irish Cola. Another non-green one, this cocktail blends Jameson Irish whiskey with Baileys and cola.

The Irish Cola drink blends Irish whiskey, Baileys Irish Cream, and the cola of your choice. It has a rich taste with notes of caramel, vanilla, honey and almond, and a touch of whiskey smokiness.

16. Irish Car Bomb. This is Baileys and Jameson dropped dramatically into a glass of Guinness. You can’t beat it for Irishness. The flavor is… well, you know, not everyone loves Guinness, but definitely worth checking out.

Irish Car Bomb drink recipe: Guinness, Baileys, Jameson


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