Luck O' The Irish Cocktails

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Updated: 5/09/2013 4:57 pm Published: 3/14/2013 2:39 pm

St. Patrick's Day celebrates the power of green from green beer, to green eggs and even green rivers (if you're in Chicago.) It's turned into on of the biggest drinking holidays in the U.S. Keep the luck of the Irish with you by sticking true to the Emerald Isle with two fun and delicious Irish cocktails. "The first drink is called a Token Irishman and will please any whiskey-lover. I will combine Jameson Irish Whiskey with mint, sugar, lemon juice and club soda for a surprising refreshing green drink," Blue Label Bartending School Owner Garrett Blackwood said. "The second drink is called a Hibernian Flip and is a the trifecta of Irish alcohol – Irish Whiskey, Bailey’s and Guinness. No, this is not an Irish Car Bomb shot, but instead a sipping drink that is rich, delicious and purely Irish."

Blue Label Bartending School was started in 2009. The school provides complete training for aspiring bartenders and helps them find jobs through our job placement assistance program. Students learn over 100 drink recipes, procedures, liquor laws and liability issues, wine etiquette and more. For more information visit

The Token Irishman Recipe:
1. Rocks Glass, no ice
2. 3 drops Fee Brothers Mint Bitters
3. 6 Fresh Mint Leaves
4. 1/2 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
5. 1 tsp Granulated Sugar or 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup
6. Muddle ingredients, then add ice
7. 2 oz. Jameson Irish Whiskey
8. Fill with Club Soda
9. Garnish with Sprig of Fresh Mint

Hibernian Flip Recipe:
1. Mixing tin no ice
2. 1 oz. Bushmill’s Irish Whiskey
3. 1/2 oz. Bailey’s Irish Cream
4. 2 oz. Sweetened Condensed Milk
5. 1 Whole Fresh Egg
6. Shake
7. Add 2 oz. Guinness
8. Add ice
9. Shake gently
10. Strain in to a Collins Glass
11. Garnish with Fresh Nutmeg

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