#FoodieFriday: 4 Great Ways to Get Your Green On At Home

by on March 13, 2020 in Food, Drink,
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Just like a lucky four-leaf clover, we’ve got four St. Patrick’s cocktails for you to try. And, great news for those who are social distancing, you can make these festive beverages at home. Read on for some easy recipes that will keep those Irish eyes smiling. Sláinte!

San Patricio with Desert Door Sotol and Twang-A-Rita Unwind Lime

Photo courtesy Twang

Ingredients: Twang-A-Rita Unwind Lime; 2 oz. Desert Door Texas Sotol; .5 oz. agave nectar; 1 oz.lLime juice; 1 oz. pineapple juice; ice; pineapple wedge for garnish

Rim glass with Twang-A-Rita Unwind Lime. In a shaker with ice, combine Desert Door Texas Sotol, agave nectar, lime juice and pineapple juice. Shake and strain over ice, garnish with pineapple wedge.

Elderflower Collins

Photo courtesy William Grant & Sons

Ingredients: 2 parts Hendrick’s Gin; 1 part elderflower cordial; 1 part lemon juice; 1 part sugar syrup; 1 part soda water

Pour ingredients into a pitcher and stir. Pour into an ice-filled Collins glass. Garnish with cucumber.

Shamrock Michelada with Twang-A-Rita Sunrise Spice

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Ingredients: Twang-A-Rita Sunrise Spice; 1 lime; 8 oz Twang Reserve Michelada Mix; 12 oz can Dos XX 

Place a beer glass in the freezer for 15 minutes. Remove and rim with Twang-A-Rita Sunrise Spice. Squeeze a wedge of lime into the glass. Pour in Twang Reserve Michelada mix and stir. Pour in a Dos XX. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Lucky Grapefruit Sour with Twang-A-Rita Paloma Love 

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Ingredients: Twang-A-Rita Paloma Love; 1 kiwi fruit; ice; ½ oz simple syrup; 1 oz lime juice; 2 oz Irish whiskey; Jarritos Grapefruit Soda (make sure it’s cold!)

Rim a Collins glass with Twang-A-Rita Paloma Love. Cut kiwi fruit in half and use a spoon to scoop out the fruit. Put the fruit into a shaker filled with ice, along with the lime juice. Pour into glass over ice. Top with Jarritos Grapefruit soda. Stir and garnish with a kiwi slice.


Cover photo courtesy Tourism Ireland

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