Today Cocktail's recipes recommendation comes from Jonathan from The Lucky Duck in Dublin.

Lucky York Sour
40ml Teeling Whiskey small batch
10ml Connemara Whiskey
25ml lemon
15ml sugar syrup
30ml pineapple
2 dash angostura bitter
Red wine float on top

Shake and double strain on coupe glass


Whiskey was first introduced to Ireland by the Irish Monks. They discovered the art of distilling from the Egyptians who used similar stills for perfume making. Initially, the monks started distilling for medicinal purposes. This is where the saying “water of life” first originated (in the Irish language “Uisce Beatha“). In Ireland whiskey is often used as part of the regular “first aid kit” to help cure tummy bugs, colds, flu, toothaches or even a broken heart, to name but a few ailments!


A delicious Salted caramel and whiskey cake combine Irish ingredients to create a deliciously decadent dessert. In particular, the Irish Whiskey gives them an extra flavour to test. Janet's Cakes and Bakes, she made the cake with very the Spade and Bushel 12 Year Old Double-Barrel from Connacht Whiskey Distillery.

Kate's cocktails recipe.

Today Cocktails recipes are my recommendation for sunny days.


Irish Whiskey my choose today was Grace O'Malley Blended Irish Whiskey, Tonic water and Frozen Strawberries



Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. 😍💚🥃🍹


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