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Tomorrow is #nationaldessertday, so we're celebrating with the most delicious boozy treat! Meet the Bourbon… read more>
Tomorrow is #nationaldessertday, so we're celebrating with the most delicious boozy treat! Meet the Bourbon PSL Milkshake. It's basically all of our favorite things blended up, topped with whip, and served in a pretty glass
St. Paddy’s day is a week away and we are getting festive by making our coffee Irish! Try it out for yourself… read more>
St. Paddy’s day is a week away and we are getting festive by making our coffee Irish! Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think! #irishcoffee 🍀☕️#womenandwhiskies
Recipe below >>serves 1>>
2 parts Irish Mist® Irish Whiskey
4 parts strong hot coffee
1 part brown sugar syrup
Unsweetened whipped cream
In a hot toddy glass, combine Irish Mist, brown sugar syrup, and coffee and stir. Top the coffee and whisky mixture with unsweetened whipped cream✨
St. Patrick’s Day may be a couple weeks away, but we couldn’t help ourselves from trying this Emerald Cocktail… read more>
St. Patrick’s Day may be a couple weeks away, but we couldn’t help ourselves from trying this Emerald Cocktail (basically the Irish version of a Manhattan)!! Try it for yourself, we promise you won’t be disappointed! 😋✨ #womenandwhiskies
Recipe below 👇
2 oz. Irish Mist Irish Whiskey
1 oz. Cinzano 1757 Sweet Vermouth
2 dashes Orange Bitters
Combine ingredients in a mixing glass with ice and stir for 8 seconds. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with cherries or an orange twist.
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