The ‘Molly Malone’ Mule
Named after the unofficial anthem of Dublin, this effervescent cocktail combines delicious Dubliner Irish Whiskey with spicy ginger beer and lime for a fun twist.
Add ice to a copper julep cup. Pour in 35-50ml of The Dubliner Irish Whiskey (depending on preference) and the juice of a quarter of a lime. Top up with ginger beer and garnish with a sprig of mint, lime wedge and a slice of ginger (optional).
The Dubliner Spire
Named after the striking 120 metre high Dublin landmark, this is a refreshing, easy to make cocktail. The Dubliner Irish Whiskey is enriched with sweet honey and a little lemon for a citrus twist.
Drizzle some honey into a small amount of boiling water in a tall Collins glass and stir. Add ice into the glass, take a handful of mint leaves and clap the mint in your hands, add to the glass and top with more ice.
Add the juice of quarter of a lemon and 35-50ml of The Dubliner Irish Whiskey (depending on preference) to the glass and stir gently. Top with lemonade and garnish with a wedge of lemon and sprig of mint. Add an extra drizzle of honey to taste.
The Dubliner & Honeycomb Liqueur Bees Knees
The bees knees. This one if a fond favourite to help you celebrate Paddy’s Day in real, Irish fashion – and it looks the part!
Add ice to the cocktail shaker. Pour in 50ml The Dubliner Honeycomb and 20ml honey syrup and 20ml of fresh lemon juice. Shake, strain into a martini glass and garnish with lemon zest – perfect!
Feeney’s Irish Coffee
A great cocktail to end St Patrick’s Day. The perfect night cap…
Heat gently 100ml Feeney’s Irish Cream Liqueur with 1 cup of freshly brewed coffee. Pour into a toddy glass and top with 1 teaspoon of whipped cream and chocolate shavings.