who's your paddy

After a fun filled celebration giving your family your St Paddy Day best, treat yourself to a delectable Irish libation. There are dozens of wild Irish concoctions to choose from to get your bag pipes humming. Here are a few of our Gaelic favorites as gratifying as a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.





tl tip: emerald isle

Go green to kick up your inner Irish. Simply hold the vermouth and add some crème de menthe to your standard martini on St. Patrick’s Day and you’ll be singing Oh, Danny boy in no time!



everybody irish

And on St Patrick’s Day everybody is! So celebrate this day of Irish blessings with a cocktail that is as beautiful as it is delicious. Everybody’s Irish contains the illusive Chartreuse, an herbal liqueur. Chartreuse is one of the oldest and most mysterious spirits still available. This “Elixir of Long Life” was said to be created in 1605 by Peres Chartreux. Drink is straight or mix with Irish whiskey and crème de mint for a special Irish treat. This will send you off to sweet green dreams of Ireland’s rolling hillsides.




everybody irish: you will need

2 oz Irish whiskey

1 Tbsp green crème de menthe

1 Tbsp Green Chartreuse


Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes.

Shake well.

Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.




irish coffee

No self respecting Lassie would end St Patty Day without an Irish coffee to complete the occasion. This recipe is the perfect blend of sweet, rich and robust. After all the little leprechauns are asleep snuggle by the fire with an authentic Irish coffee and you will almost hear the pipes a calling to carry you away to the most beautiful and enchanted land of all.





1 ½ ounces Irish whiskey

1 ½ ounces Irish Cream Liqueur (optional)

1 teaspoon brown sugar

1 cup very hot coffee

Whipped cream


Add whiskey, liqueur, sugar to coffee and top with whipped cream

our trash lassie irish toast to you



irish girls

May you have a world of wishes at your command

God and his angels close to hand

Friends and family, their love they impart

and Irish blessings always in your heart