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An Irish whiskey-based Sweet Manhattan flavoured with a splash of minty emerald-coloured liqueur and peppermint bitters.
Gin-laced zesty citrus with subtle freshening mint with aromatic bitters adding depth of flavour and complexity.
Robustly flavoured ingredients brought together harmoniously in a tall, most refreshing swizzle. Worthy of its legendary status.
Indulgent, minty, creamy, chocolate-laced with cognac. What's not to like?
A great looking tasty dessert cocktail. Whiskey, coffee and chocolate sipped through a layer of minty cream.
Verdant, vibrant, and virtuous - so virtuous that it's saintly! Faintly minty, herbal, and citrusy with whiskey making it a helluva craic.
Emerald Green with full-on mint. Good as a digestif after a tenor-sized meal. This was originally a shaken drink and despite modern-day convention, we
Why drink a mere Grasshopper when you could be enjoying a Flying Grasshopper? This creamy after-dinner cocktail is all the better for the splash of vodka,
It's hard not to like this creamy, slightly sweet minty after-dinner treat.
Adapted from a recipe by Jason E. Clapham of the St. Edward's MCR at Oxford, England who says this cocktail is so-named due to being based on a drink containing
An after-dinner palate cleanser.
One for St Patrick's Day.
Looks like mouthwash but tastes like liquid After Eight chocolates. Dessert and after dinner minty drink in one.
A green minty thing for dairy lovers.
A minty riff on the classic Alexander cocktail.
Like the Incredible Hulk, this drink packs a dangerous green punch - a whisky-laced, minty, Carthusian green punch.
Mint, juniper, caraway and fennel make for an unusual cocktail that's conducive to fresh breath.
Basically a sweet Manhattan with a dash of green créme de menthe.
If you're after a drinkable dessert, then this TGI classic may be the cocktail for you.
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