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A complete rundown of those outrageously Irish St Patrick's Day booze tutorials

So much booze.

ST PATRICK’S DAY is coming.

So are the weird drink suggestions. We’ve taken a look through the best the internet has to offer, in order to judge them.

1. The Tricolour Jello shots

OK, these, from The Tasty, are pretty cool.


We all know that jelly shots are only good for rotten morning-after headaches and countless arguments over how much of the vodka is going to be dissolved, but hey, they LOOK great.

And are unbelievably satisfying to cut.


Here’s the full tutorial.

2. Pot o’ Gold Shots

Delish’s Gold Shots are basically pineapple and whiskey, topped with cream and a rainbow fizz strip.


Mmm, pineapple, the fruit of our nation.

Here’s the full tutorial.

3. The boozy beer float

OK, now things are getting interesting. NowThis Booze have created what LOOKS like a normal float, but it really is a melange of Oirish booze all fused together.


We’re talking whiskey, Guinness, and Irish cream ice cream. Not gonna lie, we’d fully dig into one of these if they sold them in the Eddie Rocket’s shake bar.

Here’s the full tutorial.

4. Lucky Charms shots

Can something be classed as Irish in America if Lucky Charms aren’t involved?


Well, we’ll give them a pass here because these looks absolutely amazing. We’re talking Lucky Charms milk, crushed marshmallows, and Baileys cream.

See that belly? Get in it.

Here’s the full tutorial.

5. These shamrock jelly shots

Well, these look cool.


That’s until you completely give up waiting for them to set and instead find yourself desperately sipping sugary vodka from a novelty ice tray at 3am in the morning.

Here’s the full tutorial.

6. This boozy Irish shake

Over at MyRecipes, the folks have taken a very liberal approach to the classic Shamrock shake.


Yes that’s chocolate mint chip ice cream, Jameson, milk, and Baileys all blended together.


Verdict: 10/10, would imbibe.

Here’s the full tutorial.

7. Irish cream and shortbread shots

Now here is where we start having problems.


That is Scottish shortbread. Scottish.

OK, these shots looks amazing and I want to eat one whole, but some things just can’t be forgiven.


Here’s the full tutorial.

8. Boozy Shamrock shake

Sure, you could go to McDonald’s and pick up a Shamrock Shake. But why wouldn’t you just make your own boozy version?


All you need is some ice cream, creme de menth, vodka, vanilla, and Irish cream, and you’ve got a waaay better buzz and accompaniment to your chicken nuggets.

Here’s the full tutorial.

9. Er, Irish car bomb brownies

OK we’ve spoken before about how not OK we are with the Irish car bomb thing being, a thing.

Obsev Food have made a pretty tasty version of it though, so what better time than to throw all of your principles out the window?


To be fair, you actually have to go to the effort of baking to get these ones perfect.

But then you go ahead and drop it in a PINT OF GUINNESS.

No, never make car bomb shots.

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Here’s the full tutorial.

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