As I am sure you are aware, St. Patrick’s Day is known as one of the biggest drinking holidays of the year. It’s a day that everyone can claim to be a little bit Irish, right? To help kickoff the festivities, I’ve put together a roundup of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day cocktails that will have you seeing orange, white, and green. Erin go Bragh!

Shamrock Sour Cocktail This sweet and sour cocktail is the prefect combination of both worlds.

St. Patrick's Day Cocktails - The Shamrock Sour

Irish Mojito An Irish twist on a traditional mojito, best made with Jameson.

St. Patrick's Day Cocktails - The Irish Mojito

Green Apple Sangria Though sangria is not technically “Irish”, this sangria is a lighter alternative and still fits with the green theme.

Green Apple Sangria

Irish Whiskey Green Tea Punch This drink offers a fresh spin on traditional party punches. If you’d like, you can prepare it without the whiskey for a great mock-tail!

St. Patrick's Day Cocktails - Irish Whiskey Green Tea Punch

Black and Tan Drink This one is my go-to drink on St Patrick’s Day, and it’s also known as a “half and half”.

St. Patrick's Day Cocktails - Black and Tan

Jameson Jello Shots These jello shots are sure to pack a punch at any St. Paddy’s Day gathering.

Jameson Jello Shots - St. Patrick's Day Cocktails

Grasshopper Cocktail Want a dessert drink? This minty libation is sure to please.

Grasshopper Cocktail

Irish Whiskey Skin An Irish version of the Hot Toddy, this is the perfect warm drink for a cold winter night.

St. Patrick's Day Cocktails - Irish Whiskey Skin

Irish Coffee You might just want to start St. Patrick’s Day with this classic.

Irish Coffee

Looking for some tasty food to pair with your preferred Kiss Me, I’m Irish cocktail? Go ahead and take a peek at our slow-cooker corned beef and cabbage and Irish soda bread recipes. Also, please be sure to check out my St. Paddy’s Day Pinterest board for more inspiration. And remember, have a happy and safe holiday!

I’d love to know, did your favorite drink appear on our roundup of St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails?