Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With These Luck of The Irish Cocktails

St. Patrick’s Day, also known as the feast day of the patron saint of Ireland, is on March 17 every year

The one holiday that allows anyone to be Irish for a day is nearly here, and if a traditional boiled dinner of cabbage and corned beef is not quite your speed, there are plenty of other ways to pay respect to the Emerald Isle. St. Patrick’s Day is one of the biggest parties of the year.

The celebration is a tradition for many of us, whether we have a drop of Irish blood or not. If you’re joining in on some in-person fun, you will definitely need a few great drinks for the occasion whether a small gathering or pre-pandemic vibes.

From green beer to cocktails featuring Irish whiskey and other lucky spirits, there’s a fun and tasty recipe to fit every taste. Mix one of these up and start spreading the Irish cheer — Erin go Bragh!

How & Where To Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day

Lotte New York PalaceSt. Patrick’s Day Experience

This year, the Lotte New York Palace is sharing more than a kiss for St. Patrick’s Day — whether you’re Irish or not! The Palace is offering an exclusive St. Patrick’s Day Experience for guests, which boasts six passes to the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City on March 17th on the steps of St. Patrick’s Cathedral!

This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience with only 100 seats available — those lucky enough to attend will find themselves in the same viewing area as Cardinal Dolan. Tickets cannot be purchased and are only available to close friends of the Cathedral.

This exclusive access to the parade will be available to guests who book a two-night stay in a luxury suite from the hotel’s incredible Royal Suite Collection. Inspired by the timeless elegance of an Upper East Side residence, the Royal Suite Collection represents ultimate upscale style and sophistication and is among the most sought-after luxury accommodations in New York City.

In addition to the St. Patrick’s Day Experience, the Palace’s famed Gold Room bar will also be offering an elevated St. Patrick’s Day menu inclusive of fish & chips, local sausages, hot oysters and Guinness from March 13–19th. The full menu can be found below.

  • Fish & Chips, Cod Nuggets, House made Chips, Smoked Trout Roe, Tartar sauce: $25
  • Irish Baked Oysters, Bacon, Cabbage, Guinness Sabayon: $32
  • Irish Bangers & Colcannon Mash — Artisanal pork sausage, Irish Cheddar Mashed potato, Grilled Scallions, Onion Gravy: $35

Burgerology Midtown

Burgerology Midtown at Crowne Plaza HY36 is launching an Irish pub themed menu available all day Friday, March 17. Featured drink specials included $5 pints of Guinness and $4 Jameson shots. The limited time St. Paddy’s food menu features traditional items, such as Shepherd’s Pie and Corned Beef and Cabbage, in addition to creative Irish-inspired takes on American bar food favorites, like the Irish Burger with corned beef, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing on a pretzel bun and Irish Nachos topped with beer cheese and bacon bits.


Think green, think fresh & think boozy! Recreation at Moxy NYC Downtown is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with their very own Lady Luck cocktail. Between the cucumber infused Vodka, the mint syrup & the lemon juice all that’s been missing is a day to celebrate this well rounded cocktail that packs a punch.

Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge at Moxy Times Square

If St. Patricks Day doesn’t give New Yorkers the perfect excuse to dress up and day drink — Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge at Moxy Times Square, Manhattan’s largest indoor/outdoor rooftop bar will. There’s no better way to celebrate the lucky holiday than a day of drinking with friends and a killer view of the Empire State Building.

Malibu Farm New York

From March 17th through March 19th, Malibu Farm New York will be offering the “Green Grass, High Tides” cocktail made with Dewar’s Blended Scotch, Green Chartreuse, Limoncello, Midori, and Lemon, Complete with a Microgreen garnish. This cocktail is over the rainbow delicious and festive to enjoy and celebrate.

St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails & Spirits

Keeper’s Mule


1 ½ oz Keeper’s Heart Irish + American Whiskey

⅓ oz fresh lime juice

Ginger beer


In the order given, build ingredients in a copper mug, finishing with ginger beer. Top with crushed ice, stir briefly to mix, then add more ice in a dome over the top. Garnish with your favorite festive straw.

The Irish Aitall

This cocktail is the perfect fusion of Irish and Mexican influences.


4 sprigs of thyme, leaves only

2 oz Jose Cuervo Tradicional® Añejo Tequila

3 ⁄4 oz caraway-fennel simple syrup

Soda Water

Splash of fresh grapefruit juice


Muddle the thyme. Add the Cuervo Tradicional Añejo and simple syrup and fill shaker with ice. Shake well. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with soda water and squeeze of grapefruit juice. Garnish with thyme sprigs and dehydrated grapefruit.

PATRÓN Matcha Made In Heaven


1.75 oz Patrón Silver

1.25 oz Citrus sherbet

.5 oz Pretzel syrup

.5 g Matcha green tea

.75 oz Aquafaba


Shake all ingredients with ice.

Strain into a rocks glass over fresh ice.

Garnish with a mini pretzel and a sprinkle of matcha.

NOLET’S Silver Apple Martini


2 oz NOLET’S Silver Gin

1 Large Granny Smith Apple

1 oz Simple Syrup

0.5 oz Elderflower Liqueur

0.5 oz Fresh Lime Juice


Slice the apple in half and cut a few thin slices to reserve for garnish (sprinkle lime juice on them to prevent browning). Shred or finely dice the remaining apple to muddle or mash in a cocktail shaker. Add lime juice and muddle a bit more. Add NOLET’S Silver, simple syrup, liqueur, and ice then shake vigorously to chill and combine. Double strain into a martini glass and garnish with the reserved thinly sliced apples.

Irish Espresso Martini

A St. Patrick’s Day twist on a trending cocktail


1 part Jameson

1 part Kahlua

1 part Espresso


Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until cold and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with edible gold and espresso beans.

Jameson Ginger & Lime

The drink you’ll be sipping all St. Patrick’s Day long


1 part Jameson

2 parts Ginger Ale

1 lime wedge


Fill a highball glass with ice, add Jameson over ice. Pour ginger ale into the glass to fill. Stir briefly to mix. Take a large wedge of lime, squeeze and drop into glass.

Gold Rush


2 parts METHOD AND MADNESS Single Grain Irish Whiskey

¾ part Lemon Juice

¾ part Honey Syrup


Build in tin. Add ice and shake. Strain over fresh ice into a rocks glass and garnish with a lemon wheel.

The Emerald Country Whisky Cocktail


2oz Ransom The Emerald Whiskey

1oz Lemon Juice

3/4oz Simple Syrup

1 Egg White

Angostura Bitters


Mix the bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup and egg white in a cocktail shaker. Dry shake (no ice) vigorously to create a slight foam. Add ice and then shake again. Strain the cocktail and serve over fresh ice. Garnish with two of the angostura bitters. Enjoy!

Diplomático Stirred Not Shaken


1.7 oz Diplomático Mantuano

1 oz cloudy apple juice

0.2 oz sugar syrup

2 dashes orange bitters


Add all ingredients, stir and serve on a rocks glass.

Delaware’s Bounty


1.5 oz Dickel Bourbon

0.75 oz Peach Syrup*

1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice

*Peach Simple Syrup: 4 medium peaches, sliced and cored, 3 cups refined sugar, 1 cup water. Cook all ingredients in a medium-sized pot over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved and the peaches are soft. Strain through a fine mash strainer, bottle and store in the refrigerator.


Shake and fine strain into a coupe glass; garnish with grated cinnamon

Roe & Co Irish Coffee


1.5 oz Roe & Co

2 tsp light brown sugar

1 cup hot or cold brewed coffee

Whipped cream


HOT: Add Hot coffee and sugar, stir and mix well. Once combined, add the Roe & Co Irish Whiskey. Top with Whipped Cream.

COLD: Mix sugar and cold brew coffee well. Stir in Roe & Co. Irish Whiskey and pour over ice filled Irish coffee mug. Top with Whipped Cream.

Black Velvet Mocktail


Guinness 0

Non-alcoholic bubbly, such as a non-alc sparkling wine or non-alc cider


Add ⅓ Guinness 0 to your flute

Pour the bubbly while holding a spoon at the top to slowly trickle in the liquid

Make sure you control the bubbles so they don’t overflow

Knob Creek® Mint Ginger Old Fashioned

Created by Chef Michael Symon


1 ½ Parts Knob Creek® Rye Whiskey

Ginger Beer

½ Part Lemon Juice

¼ Part Green Chartreuse

6–8 Mint Leaves


Combine all ingredients (except ginger beer) in a bar tin with ice and shake well. Strain into a chilled Collins glass, top off with ginger beer and garnish with a single mint leaf.

Leprechaun Cocktail


0.5 oz Cointreau

0.5 oz White Vermouth

0.75 oz Gin

0.75 oz Campari

1 Top of Guinness Foam


Combine all ingredients over ice in a chilled lowball glass

Stir your cocktail

Top with Guinness Foam

Mount Gay Rum Honey Castoff


2 oz Black Barrel

1 oz Lime

1 oz Honey (1:1 Water to Honey ratio)

2 oz Dry Bubbles


Add all ingredients into your tin, add ice and shake

Strain into up glass, finish with dry bubbles and garnish with a mint leaf

Calirosa Tequila Green Juice Cocktail


2oz Calirosa Rosa Blanco Tequila

0.5oz Love Suja Uber Greens (or green juice of your choice)

0.5oz Fresh Lime Juice

0.5oz Agave Nectar Syrup (or to taste)


Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin with ice. Shake until combined. Strain into rocks glass over fresh ice.

St. Patrick’s Day Riesling Sangria


1 bottle of Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Riesling

1 cup white cranberry juice

1/2 granny Smith apple, thinly sliced

2 cups small diced honey dew melon

2 Kiwi, skinned and thinly sliced

1 ½ cups green grapes, cut in ½

6 slices of lime

1 bunch of fresh mint


Put the fruit and a couple of sprigs of mint in a large glass pitcher. Pour the Riesling and white cranberry juice over it, cover and place in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours or overnight. When ready to serve, taste and adjust the sweetness if needed and add a squeeze of fresh lime. Place some of the fruit in each glass, top with the sangria and a sprig of mint to serve.

Bushmills Irish Coffee

Created by Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon of The Dead Rabbit (Named Best Bar In The World)


1 part Original Bushmills

¾ part rich Demerara syrup

3¼ parts Sumatra coffee

Fresh whipped cream


Pour all ingredients into a 6 oz Georgian Irish Coffee glass leaving a .5 inch room for cream

Top with freshly whipped heavy cream

Whipshots Irish Coffee


2 oz Irish Whiskey

1 teaspoon light brown sugar

6 oz dark strong coffee

Pinch of Moldon Irish Sea Salt


In a warm coffee mug/glass combine Irish whiskey, light brown sugar, sea salt, and coffee. Gently stir and top with Whipshots Vanilla. Garnish with dark chocolate shavings and enjoy.

Gold Rush By Irish Mixologist Gillian Murphy


2 parts Tullamore D.E.W.

0.75 part fresh lemon juice

0.75 part honey syrup


Add all ingredients to an ice filled shaker.

Shake and strain into an ice filled glass.

Garnish with a lemon twist.

Farmhouse Buck


2 dashes angostura bitters

6 small chunks fresh pear

.25 oz lemon juice

1.5 oz J.J. Corry Irish Whiskey The Gael


Muddle pear, angostura, and lemon juice; add J.J. Corry The Gael; hard shake, strain into highball glass over fresh ice; top with ginger beer; garnish with any combination of pear slice, candied ginger, or cinnamon stick



1.5 oz Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey

1 oz Chilled Green Tea

1 oz Coconut Water

Squeeze of Lemon

Top w/ Soda Water


Shake Proper, Green tea. Coconut water & Lemon with ice and strain over fresh ice into rocks glass. Top with soda water. Garnish with Lemon Wedge.

The Proclaimer


60ml — Proclamation Blended Irish Whiskey

25ml- Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice

15ml — Sugar Cane Syrup (Our Recommendation Is Giffard)

3 Dashes Angostura Bitters

Topped Up With Freshly Drawn Soda Water


Garnished With Dark Maraschino Cherry On A Stick And With A Twist Of Orange Peel. Shaken Over Ice, Strained Then Stirred Into Ice Filled Glass

Teeling’s Perfect Irish Coffee Kit

This St. Patrick’s Day, give green milkshakes and bagels the Irish goodbye, and instead celebrate with the perfect cocktail. To bring people a true taste of Dublin this St. Patrick’s Day, Teeling’s Master Distiller and Variety Coffee Roaster’s Director of Coffee have collaborated to create Teeling’s Perfect Irish Coffee Kit featuring Variety Coffee.

Teeling and Variety have collaborated to create the Teeling Small Batch Roast, a single origin coffee from a lot in Oaxaca selected to perfectly pair with Teeling in an Irish Coffee. In addition to a 12oz box of the coffee, the kit includes a bottle of Teeling Small Batch Whiskey, two Irish Coffee glasses to wow your guests with presentation, and a recipe.

Woodford Reserve 2023 Kentucky Derby Bottle

Derby season is here! Today, Woodford Reserve announces its annual Kentucky Derby Bottle for 2023. This year’s bottle celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of the most iconic moments in sports history — Secretariat winning the 1973 Derby.

Artwork from Kentucky native Jaime Corum captures Secretariat in the Winner’s Circle at Churchill Downs. Woodford Reserve’s Derby bottle has been an annual collector’s item anticipated by bourbon and racing fans since 1999.

The Macallan Double Cask 12 Years Old

The Macallan Double Cask 12 Years Old forms part of our Double Cask range which marries the classic Macallan style and the unmistakable sweetness of American oak. This is a fully rounded single malt in perfect balance, with flavors of honey, citrus and ginger.

The Macallan Double Cask 18 Years Old

The Macallan Double Cask 18 Years Old, a perfectly balanced single malt whisky matured for 18 years in both American and European sherry seasoned oak casks. Sherry seasoned American oak adds delicate vanilla to the subtle spice of European oak, delivering a whisky with a sweeter, warmer taste and character.

The Glenlivet Illicit Still

The Glenlivet 12 Year Old Illicit Still tells the story of how George Smith illegally distilled his whisky in hand-crafted, small copper stills in a hidden bothy located in the remote Glenlivet Valley. He smuggled his whisky across the Scottish Highlands in order to avoid the excisemen and subsequently created the iconic Scotch that’s loved the world over. Smith’s whisky reshaped conventions at the time and is the origin of Speyside’s signature fruity and floral style. Inspired by this distinctive style, this limited edition pays homage to where it all began.

The design for The Glenlivet 12 Year Old Illicit Still is inspired by the oldest bottle in the brand’s archives, and features copper highlights that represent the hand-crafted stills used to illicitly produce the whisky in the 1800s. It is non-chill filtered and has a higher than average alcohol content of 48% ABV, inspired by the traditional methods of the time. The Glenlivet’s iconic fruity and floral style is also intensified in the new limited-edition Scotch that is characterised by tropical and sweet notes while having an exceptionally long and smooth finish.

Craigellachie 13 Armagnac Cask Finish

Craigellachie initially matured for 13 years in American oak, in a combination of refill and rechar Bourbon barrels, the whisky was then transferred to Armagnac casks from the Bas Region, renowned for producing the best Armagnac. Tastes of baked apples dusted with cinnamon and notes of caramel shortcake are offset by signature syrupy pineapples and fiery bonfire night aromas.

The Busker Discovery Pack

The Busker Discovery Pack features three selections of Busker Irish Whiskey’s Single expressions. The package features Busker Single Malt, Single Grain, and Single Pot 200ml. World Class Whiskey adventure in an easily carried package! The Discovery Pack can take you on a journey of traditional Ireland, with the much-needed contemporary twist that The Busker brand brings to the table.

Nikka Days

Nikka Days is a subtle blend of grain and malt whiskies, meant for enjoyment at any time by those who appreciate fine whisky on a regular basis. The blend is structured by the mellow and smooth Coffey Grain Whisky and aromatic non-peated Miyagikyo malts, along with a touch of Coffey Malt Whisky and Yoichi malts to enhance the bright sweetness and rich body. The complex and delicate blend results in an extremely silky mouthfeel, with fruity and floral flavors that rise and expand, leaving behind a delightful aftertaste.

Nikka Yoichi Single Malt

Yoichi Single malt is a range of single malt expressions from the Yoichi Distillery, Nikka’s first distillery built in 1934. Yoichi malts are described as bold and strong with refined peaty notes and smokiness brought by the traditional direct coal-fired distillation.

FUJI Single Grain Japanese Whiskey

The FUJI Single Grain Whiskey is a blend of three different grain whiskeys, each distilled in three different methods, each possessing its own unique flavor profile. The American features a more heavy, rich, floral fruity style; the Canadian type is medium, luscious, and delicately fruity; and the Scotch type is known for its lighter, soft, yet compelling qualities. This results in a delicately fruity whiskey that is both mellow and multi-layered in profile.


Tullamore D.E.W. is the original triple blend Irish whiskey, the first to pioneer a blend of all three styles of Irish whiskey, grain whiskey, malt whiskey and pot still whiskey and the perfect gift for any Irish whiskey lover. Tullamore D.E.W. is the only whiskey in the world to be made this way and makes it a truly unique and delicious gift for anyone on your list this year.

The triple blend gives Tullamore D.E.W. a balance of flavor like no other in the category. Grain whiskey gives a sweetness, malt brings the fruitiness and pot-still gives the blend that iconic Irish whiskey spice that makes it the perfect pour for the season.


Monkey Shoulder is a 100 percent malt whisky and has broken new ground as a marriage of select Speyside single malts to create a smoother, richer taste. With an eye-catching bottle, intriguing name and a mischievous attitude, Monkey Shoulder has created a stir as the Scotch that leaps out from the whisky crowd. Made as authentically as the best-known Scotch whiskies, Monkey Shoulder ditches the stuffy rules by bringing a contemporary, playful style into a world where tradition is the norm.

Lost Irish Whiskey

Lost Irish Whiskey is aged in casks from six different continents, and celebrates all three Irish Whiskey styles, thus embodying the wandering Irish spirit. If you’re in the mood for something refreshing-yet-bold, try the “Gold

Rush,” a citrusy cocktail with a spicy finish. It’s no pot of gold, but it’s still damn close.

McConnell’s Irish Whisky

First established in 1776 in Belfast, Ireland, McConnell’s is the first recorded Irish whisky brand, which would become a popular export worldwide. A series of industry changes and company misfortunes, including the introduction of the prohibition in the US and a warehouse blaze, saw a decline in Irish whisky and McConnell’s as a brand. With a new century came a celebrated moment — the official comeback of McConnell’s. McConnell’s is reborn after 90 years for a new generation of whisky enthusiasts.

McConnell’s lineup features the Flagship McConnell’s Irish Whisky, which is a fine blend of Irish malt and grain whiskies that have been gently rested in select bourbon casks, bringing beautiful overtones of vanilla sweetness, ripe fruits, butterscotch and pepper spice. McConnell’s also produces a Sherry Cask Finish Irish Whisky.


A small, family-run, state-of-the-art distillery located on the Irish coast, Clonakilty Distillery prides itself on being Ireland’s maritime distillery. The Scully family has farmed the coastal land overlooking the Atlantic Ocean for nine successive generations. They consider their homes one of the most beautiful locations in the world, and it is their mission to create Irish whiskeys utilizing the best resources that nature has to offer, including prime land, pristine water and salty sea air.

Clonakilty Distillery has produced numerous award-winning spirits, such as the Single Batch Double Oak Irish Whiskey, matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in virgin American oak, before being shaved and toasted in ex-red wine European oak casks. Clonakilty Distillery also produces a Minke Irish Gin, a Single Malt and Port Cask Finish Irish Whiskey.

Kentucky Owl St. Patrick’s Edition

Since March of 1631, people around the world have been honoring St. Patrick. As the celebration has continued, certain traditions have become synonymous with March 17th. Some spend the day decked out in green, others attend parades, but we all know the best way to commemorate this occasion is with a stiff glass of your favorite whiskey!

If you celebrate with the latter, Kentucky Owl St. Patrick’s Edition (SRP: $135) ought to be on your radar! It’s from the long-standing ties that bind Irish and Kentucky bourbon whiskey making together that the St. Patrick’s Edition was born. To create the sip, Kentucky Owl partnered with Irish Whiskey Bonder Louise McGuane to produce a 100% Kentucky made bourbon whiskey made through the lens of Irish whiskey making.

McGuane brought her craft of selecting rare whiskey barrels in collaboration with Master Blender John Rhea, to deliver the expectational liquid that is the Kentucky Owl St. Patrick’s Edition. The whiskey is a blend of Kentucky Straight Bourbons, varying in age from 4–8 years old, each coming in with their own unique characteristics. Rich in caramel and vanilla as well as spice and fruit, the sip comes together to bring out a robust and well balanced bourbon experience.

So if you intend on spending your holiday with a drink in hand, make it Kentucky Owl’s St. Patrick’s Edition.

Old Parr Aged 18 Years

The smoothest whisky from the Old Parr House is a perfectly crafted blend made of the finest Scotch whiskies in the heart of Scotland, creating an extraordinary taste experience bursting with complex and robust flavors.

Buchanan’s Red Seal

The original recipe that was supplied to the British Royal Family over 100 years ago, is recognized as an icon of excellence among scotch connoisseurs, achieving its signature richness of sweet flavors like vanilla, toffee, and caramel aged for a minimum of 21 years in barrels.

Glendalough Double Barrel Whiskey

This globally awarded, single grain whiskey has been aged twice for twice the taste — first in American oak Bourbon barrels and again in Spanish oak Oloroso Sherry barrels. It will make you think twice about Irish whiskey. While the Bourbon barrels bring sweetness and smooth vanilla notes, the Oloroso casks layer on depth of dried fruit and Spanish oak spices.

Double Oak Rye Whiskey

After being aged for four years, this award-winning spirit is placed into a second oak barrel to create flavors full of caramel and rich toasted coconut. It’s a straight rye whiskey perfect for the spirit of celebration.


Tun 1509 Batch 8 is the eighth and final bottling in the highly collectible Tun 1509 series. This exclusive expression showcases the craftsmanship of The Balvenie, featuring an expert combination of 18 of the most rare casks from the distillery each hand-selected by Malt Master David C. Stewart MBE. On the nose, there are sweet flavors of baked citrus tarts intertwined with aromas of orange marmalade and maple syrup. The taste boasts notes of sweetness from perfectly toasted oak to a spiced taste of candied ginger, a hint of cardamom & ground aromatic spices to create a remarkable drinking experience.

X by Glenmorangie

In an effort to diversify the whisky category and offer an approachable expression to new whisky drinkers, Glenmorangie worked with top bartenders to craft X by Glenmorangie. Paired with your favorite mixer, X by Glenmorangie creates effortlessly delicious drinks.

Inspired by the flavor possibilities by mixing whisky, Dr Bill Lumsden, Director of Whisky Creation for Glenmorangie, set out to craft a sweeter style single malt that, unlike other whiskys, lends itself to a series of refreshingly simple serves — each needing just 2–4 ingredients.


Thanks to its balance of cinnamon, anise, and honey, High West Double Rye! stands on its own in cocktails, but is great served neat, with a little water, or on the rocks. Its spirited flavor fortifies classic cocktails like the Manhattan and Old Fashioned. We recommend it for most occasions — sipping it in solitude by a campfire, savoring with favorite old friends, or sharing it with a good-looking stranger.

Basil Hayden

A welcoming and sophisticated bourbon, Basil Hayden is perfect for both new and seasoned bourbon drinkers and is an elevated choice for gifting or entertaining this season.

Russell’s Reserve 13 Year Old

Russell’s Reserve is unveiling a new limited-release Bourbon. Russell’s Reserve 13 Year Old is a 114.8-proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Master Distiller Eddie Russell aged this one-of-a-kind release for at least 13 years, maintained the barrel proof and opted not to chill filter the whiskey, creating a more robust mouthfeel and authentic bourbon experience.

The barrel-proof bourbon coats the palate with sweet and warming flavors rising from the harmonious marriage of dried dark fruit and charred confectionary notes. Those sweet and woody notes give way to rich flavors of honey, chocolate and nougat throughout, followed by a strong and lasting finish.

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Bottled in Bond

This 17-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is designated Bottled-In-Bond, a certification that guarantees a strict production process and ensures incomparable flavor and consistency. To carry the bonded label, the bourbon must be the product of one distilling season from one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse and artfully bottled at 100 proof. Master Distiller Eddie Russell identified this unique, high aged liquid and pledged to share it with discerning whiskey connoisseurs around the world.

ABERFELDY 18 Year Old Limited Edition finished in Tuscan Red Wine Cask

ABERFELDY Red Wine Cask Limited Edition series is a passion project of Malt Master Stephanie Macleod, with a focus on unique cask finishes that complement and elevate the signature character of ABERFELDY.

Stephanie uses her exceptional skills in sensory analyses to observe the maturation and flavor development in each cask until achieving the desired flavors, at which time the whisky is deemed ready to be bottled. This is the fourth cask finish in this award-winning series.

ABERFELDY 18-Year-Old Limited Edition is infused with heavy notes of cherry frangipane and vanilla spice with flavors of sliced green peppers and limes and finishing with soft oak.

The Great Jones Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Great Jones Distilling Co. is Manhattan’s first and only legal whiskey distillery since prohibition, which opened in August of 2021. The distillery produces whiskey crafted from 100% New York-sourced grain, which are distilled, aged in new charred American Oak barrels, and bottled by Great Jones Distilling Co. The Great Jones Straight Bourbon Whiskey (86 proof) is a light-to-medium-bodied bourbon with notes of creamy vanilla and a peppery finish. Made with corn, malted barley and rye, and aged a minimum of four years in new charred American oak barrels.

Stillhouse Whiskey

Premium whiskies made in the USA and packaged in an unbreakable stainless steel can that chills fast and goes where glass can’t — guests will love the taste (choose from Original, Spiced Cherry, Peach Tea or Apple Crisp), and be able to pack it for wild weekends knowing the can was built to take a beating.

Angel’s Envy Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Angel’s Envy Kentucky Straight Bourbon is finished in port wine casks for an award-winning spirit. We guide each batch’s conditioning, blending our handcrafted bourbon in small batches of 8 to 12 barrels at a time. Once it’s deemed ready, we finish our bourbon in ruby port wine casks, which adds subtly distinct flavor nuances that enhance the whiskey without challenging it.

Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin

From the curious mind of P.J. Rigney and The Shed Distillery in Ireland comes the acclaimed Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin. The first distillery in the West of Ireland to open in over 101 years, The Shed Distillery marks a return to doing things the right way. Slow distilled by hand in medieval copper pot stills, The Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin range fuses spices from the Orient with local Leitrim botanicals and gunpowder tea.

This slow-dried green tea takes its name from the practice of rolling its leaves into small, shiny pellets and contributes a critical fresh spiciness to the blend. In addition to the flagship bottle, the Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin collection includes Drumshanbo with Sardinian Citrus and the new Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin California Orange Citrus. Best enjoyed on the rocks or in the signature gin & tonic, Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin is the perfect gin for celebrating Ireland.

19 Crime’s Limited Edition Revolutionary Blend Wine

Drink like the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day with 19 Crime’s limited edition Revolutionary Blend wine! This Syrah-based, stout-style red blend will make you feel as Irish as ever with flavors of coffee, caramel, and roasted malt. This bottle was created just for St. Patrick’s Day featuring John Devoy, one of 19 Crimes most notorious rogues.

The limited edition bottle is special to the 19 Crimes family for the rich history of John Devoy’s life. Devoy was part of the Irish Republican brotherhood and the mastermind behind the most daring prison escape in Australian history, the Catalpa Rescue. Six Irish prisoners escaped including some other members of the 19 Crimes crew.

19 Crimes Franchise Global Vice President, John Wardley shares, “We are happy to drop a limited edition bottle to feature John Devoy and find a unique way to tell his story this St. Patrick’s Day. We continue to celebrate those in the 19 Crimes family for their rich history of boldness, like John Devoy, Snoop Dogg, and Martha Stewart.”



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