St. Patricks Day Drinks

St Patricks Day Recipes featuring Tullamore Dew

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…..Not impressed by the overflow of green beer that will hit the streets this weekend? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Amazing that on a day celebrating the Irish, so many forget to actually partake in some good ol’ fashioned Irish whiskey. The boys over at Tullamore Dew want to make sure you do just that with a few recipes you can find below.




Tullamore Tea

  • 2 parts Tullamore Dew
  • 1 part Irish Mist
  • Top with cola
  • Splash of sour mix
  • Serve over ice in a Highball glass
  • Garnish with a lemon wedge or wheel
Irish Iced Coffee
  • 1 part Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey
  • 1 part Carolans Irish Cream
  • 1 part Coffee Liquor (or a shot of espresso)
  • Shake and pour into a rocks glass topped with whipped cream.
Tropical Dew
  • 2 parts Tullamore Dew
  • 1 part Pineapple Juice
  • Squeeze of Lemon
  • Top off with Soda Water
  • *Combine the Tullamore Dew with the juices.
  • Add ice and fill with soda – stir gently.
  • Serve in a Highball (no shake) with a lemon or lime wedge
The Legendery Tullamore Dew Irish Coffee (First invented with Tullamore Dew!)
  • Fill an Irish coffee glass with very hot water to pre-heat then empty.
  • Pour hot coffee into hot glass until it is about 3/4 full.
  • Drop in 2 cocktail sugar cubes; stir until sugar is thoroughly dissolved.
  • Add full jigger of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey for proper taste and body.
  • Top with a collar of lightly whipped cream by pouring gently over a spoon.
  •  Enjoy it while piping hot.
Photo and recipes were courtesy of Tullamore Dew. For more recipes or information, visit Don’t forget to LIKE us on Facebook. Cheers.

Alex is a full time consultant with 10+ years experience in the wine & spirits + consumer packaged goods industries. He is not a professional bartender, but is BarSmarts certified and makes a mean caipirinha. When not writing, Alex can be found traveling, spending time with his family, or bar hopping.

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