‘kiss me I’m Irish’ week: the irish red.

I enjoy beer. some people do not. and sometimes I’m just in the mood for something with a little more kick. so, on st. patrick’s day if your beverage craving goes beyond {green beer} ..I have a great party starter for you.

meet the irish red.

the irish red: whiskey drinking. perfect for st patricks day.the ingredients.

the ingredients

I, of course, used a {not-so-dainty} glass for this cocktail. specifically, the margarita glass.

not so dainty stemware collection: margarita glass

the steps.

the steps

the steps

the steps

the steps

the steps

the steps

the steps

the irish red. using irish whiskey and ginger beer

makes 1 cocktail.

ingredients:
2 oz [2 parts] Irish whiskey [I used Jameson’s].
3 oz [3 parts] ginger beer [I cannot get enough of this stuff].
1 oz [1 part] lime juice [I used bottle, but you can use freshly squeezed].
splash of grenadine.
limes [for garnish].

directions: 

  1. build the cocktail, over ice, in a separate glass. add 2 oz irish whiskey3 oz ginger beer. 1 oz lime juice. and a splash of grenadine.
  2. stir and strain into your cocktail glass.
  3. garnish with a lime wheel, if you please.
  4. enjoy!

the irish red: whiskey, ginger beer, grenadine, lime juice. cocktailhappy hump day!

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About chelset

Born and raised Iowan ..uprooting my life and moving to the big city. Many adjustments will be made along the way ..but what's life without some risk?
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