Wednesday, March 9, 2011

2 Special Cocktail Blends Fit For St. Patrick's Day

By Neela Vazzana

The remembrance of the feast day of St. Patrick's Day is unquestionably one of the best functions where people can have fun. It is constantly characterized by parties, Mardi Gras and overflow of beer and cocktail drinks on the streets. Every state in the U.S. has its own way of celebrating this highly anticipated event. Despite the fact, if you would like to honor it at home, you can always do that. You can set up your home like a little Mardi Gras and let beer and wine overflow in every corner of your venue. So take those custom ice buckets filled with wine bottles and kick start that party.

Speaking of custom printed wine buckets and wines, what are the wine cocktails that you can serve apart from the green beer and cocktails? Here are a number of green cocktails that you can appreciate

Irish Kiss


4 oz Korbel California Brut Champagne 1 oz. Midori Melon Liqueur Slice of Lime for garnish

Savor the sweet kiss of an Irish by combining all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Mix it well and strain over novel champagne flute. Garnish it with a slice of lime and make sugar rim. This is wonderful cocktail mix that is fit for the remembrance. It is fun, yummy and sparkling wine cocktail that will absolutely make green beer kiss goodbye.

Bushmills Irish coffee

1 oz. Bushmills Irish Whiskey 1 oz. Bailey's 1/4 oz. Green Crme de Menthe 4 oz. Fresh Brewed Coffee 2 Tbsp. of Fresh Chantilly Cream

Experience caffeine fix in Irish style by pouring Irish coffee in special cocktail glass. Just boost it with sugar and get the Irish whiskey out of your custom made wine bucket and pour it over the coffee and sugar mixture. You can append whipped cream on top and sprinkle it with some green food coloring that you can obtain from pastry stores.

These are two of the highly recommended cocktail drinks that you can serve for the observation of St. Patrick's Day. So get those bottles of wines out your promotional wine buckets and start mixing.

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