6 Delicious Green Drinks for St. Patrick’s Day

If you’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party at your house, or simply want to celebrate the holiday in style with your family, try making one of these delicious green drink recipes. There are both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options, so everyone can join in the celebrations.

  • Misty Mint

This refreshing minty drink is simple to make and ready in no time. The rum can be replaced with vodka, depending on your preference. Pour 1 1/5 ounces of green crème de menthe over ice, followed by 1 ounce of white rum—that’s it! This is a great last-minute cocktail.

  • Lemon Basil Daiquiri (non-alcoholic)

This amazing frozen mocktail is perfect for a spring day. With notes of refreshing basil and energizing lemon, this green drink is sure to be a party hit! Simply mix 4 basil leaves, lemon juice, sugar, water, and ice in a blender.

  • Mint Matcha Milkshake (non-alcoholic)

This milkshake is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Matcha is a stimulating, delicious green tea concentrate that works pairs perfectly with mint chocolate. You could substitute traditional whole milk with almond milk if you prefer. Use a shamrock cookie cutter to create a lovely garnish on top with matcha powder.

  • Basil-Honey Mojito

This invigorating green cocktail is absolutely divine! Wake up that palate with notes of aromatic basil, zesty lime, and sweet honey. This drink is made with light rum and club soda for a fizzy, delicious concoction.

  • Honeydew Martini

This smooth, sweet martini is made with only three ingredients: vodka, Midori, and triple sec. Combine in a martini shaker with crushed ice and strain. Serve in a chilled martini glass with a slice of orange as garnish.

  • Moscow Mule (non-alcoholic)

Made with non-alcoholic ginger beer, this crisp mocktail is sure to delight your party guests. Simply mix ginger beer, club soda, and fresh lime juice in copper mugs filled with crushed ice. Garnish drinks with a lime wedge and serve!

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