A riff on the classic Last Word cocktail substituting Irish whiskey for gin. Named after Frank Fogarty, a vaudeville performer known as The Dublin Minstrel.
Blended Irish whiskey replaces richer bourbon in this mellow yet dry riff on the classic Boulevardier.
Sometimes called a Gaelic Coffee and properly known by its Irish name 'Caife Gaelach', the Irish Coffee is traditionally served in a stemmed heatproof
Irish whiskey shines in this brilliantly balanced easy-drinking cocktail that will appeal to a wide range of palates.
Habanero-infused whiskey adds a touch of Cowboy spirit to this riff on the classic 1930s' Brown Derby, with maple syrup balancing grapefruit tart freshness.
An Irish whiskey-based Sweet Manhattan flavoured with a splash of minty emerald-coloured liqueur and peppermint bitters.
Dry and boozy, this delicious late-night sipper unusually mixes two different single pot-still spirits, one smoky Mexican agave and the other characterful
Simple but surprisingly delicious and very refreshing thanks to cleansing lime sourness.
Stir well and strain into an icy cold glass and this subtly flavoured whiskey cocktail is a delicious way to chase a good evening.
Fresh, juicy cucumber and elderflower with Irish whiskey and zesty lemon.
Dry and yet smooth and refined as Old-Fashioneds go.
Herbal Chartreuse, Irish whiskey with zesty lemon and creamy nutty pistachio.
Zippy, refreshing, herbal and cleansing. Best appreciated as an after-dinner digestivo.
Smooth Irish and peat-smoked Scotch whiskies enlivened with ginger spice and freshened by zesty lemon.
Looks like it should be minty but don't be deceived by the verdant colour, it's actually a tasty whiskey citrus sour.
Verdant, vibrant, and virtuous - so virtuous that it's saintly! Faintly minty, herbal, and citrusy with whiskey making it a helluva craic.
Raspberry fruit richness is balanced by bitter botanical complexity in this Irish whiskey-based alternative to an Old-Fashioned.
Chartreuse fans will love this Irish whiskey-forward nightcap.
Full-bodied stout and delicate dry sparkling wine are an unlikely combination but this classic has stood the test of time. Some may wish to add a barspoon
A befitting name for an Irish whiskey-based, banana flavoured and green-hued cocktail. Whiskey-laced banana chews with a touch of Italian bitter complexity.
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