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24 Sep 2017

Toronto

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By Gracie Carroll

7 Unexpected Jameson Whiskey Cocktail Recipes for St. Paddy’s Day

By Gracie Carroll

Whether you’re planning on going all out for St. Paddy’s Day or keeping it more low-key (as recommended by our girl Blair in her chic guide to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day), there’s a pretty good chance you’ll be looking to a enjoy a great cocktail either way. Since Jameson Whiskey is generously sponsoring free rides on the King and Queen Streetcars here in Toronto from 4pm to 2:30am on Saturday March 17th 2018, today we’re sharing 7 unexpected Jameson whiskey cocktail recipes that you’ll definitely want to try!

See below for what they are and how to make them:

Salt & Honey

It’s been said that opposites attract. It’s also been said like attracts like. Mull over this and other great philosophical questions with this salty and sweet, easygoing cocktail. Can’t find seaweed flakes? No problem. Grow your own by combining finely chopped nori, kombu, dulse, sea salt, black pepper and sesame seeds – all available in health food shops and Asian markets.

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Seapoint

Meet Linie Aquavit, our Scandi sister from another mister. Also born in the early 19th century, every bottle of Linie is matured at sea, and she brings extra ocean vibes to this salty delight, laced with a hint of orange and fennel to take the edge off. Cruise along at a leisurely pace but don’t forget to fill those glasses with ice to chill.

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Sip & A Promise

A sweet, spicy, slightly smoky, woody delight, thanks to the Jameson Black Barrel and the blackberries of the Créme de Mure, straight out of Morocco. Perfect for an evening in a mahogany-lined study, surrounding by books bearing tales of the ages. Or if that’s occupied, your kitchen.

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Smithfield Grocer

You can’t get more special than some ginger drinks made with lime, sugar, Jameson Irish Whiskey and pomegranate – a hugely popular fruit on the stalls of Dublin’s historic Smithfield market nowadays. Whether you’re having a BBQ or just a bunch of friends round to celebrate the sun, a big bowl of punch is easy to prepare and will provide you all with party drinks till the sun goes down for another day, or year.

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Tea Time Express

Jazz up tea time with this simple fragrant brew, with spiced notes of cardamom setting off hints of apricot and bergamot.

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The Ginger Man

Warm hearts with this show-stopper. Ginger and chilli offsets the chocolatey notes of Caskmates Stout Edition for a cocktail to set pulses racing.

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The Jameson Summer Sour

Roll up for the summer of sours. Tip your cap to the season of sunshine with notes of hibiscus and rose, perfect for long lingering evenings and warm nights.

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For more cocktail recipe ideas from Jameson Whiskey please click HERE!

xo

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(Story by Editor-in-Chief, Gracie Carroll)

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