St. Patrick’s Day Drinks

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, across the world especially in Ireland, Newfoundland and Labrador and Montserrat. It is marked as public holiday around the world especially in Britain, Canada, the United States, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand. It is a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland. The international festival is accompanied by parades, singing and dance performance, special food for the feast, green color drinks and a whole lot of green. It is believed that Saint Patrick had a shamrock, a three-leaved plant that symbolizes Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish. Wearing shamrock-inspired designed cloths has become the prime feature of the day.

Celebration on St. Patrick's Day

Celebration on St. Patrick’s Day

Most popular of all the St. Patrick’s Day Drinks are:-

  • St. Patrick’s Day Punch

  • Shamrock Shake

  • Irish Car Bomb

  • Irish Cream Pie Shake

 Dizzy Vodka Punch

The taste of Dizzy Vodka Punch is doubled by refreshing Green Apple Pucker, which is a type of schnapps for alcoholic drink. Its green color matches up with Day of St. Patrick’s theme. Lime and orange wedges keep up the citrus factor.

Shamrock Shake

Welcome St. Patrick’s Day with the kids favorite vanilla ice cream along with goodness of milk, mint extract plus green food coloring to keep up the spirit of the big day. Good news!! McDonald’s is back with the elusive Shamrock Shake.

Irish Car Bomb Cocktail

This tastes like chocolate milkshake and is great beverage for St. Patrick’s Day parties. With the perfect blend of Irish whiskey, stout beer and rich Irish cream, this heavenly cocktail is a must for all cocktail lovers.

Irish Cream Pie Shake

Irish Cream Pie Shake is inspired by Irish cream pie cupcakes. With the desirable brand of Irish coffee creamer, chocolate syrup and vanilla ice cream blend, this shake will certainly give an electrifying effect on St. Patrick’s Day.

St.Patrick's Day Drinks

St.Patrick’s Day Drinks

Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

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