Whether you’re celebrating St. Patty’s Day or just want to indulge in the Irish spirit, these Jameson cocktails will get the job done.
Jameson is a whisky renowned for its smooth flavor with subtle hoppy notes.
It’s matured in beer-seasoned barrels, which gives each sip a nuanced flavor.
If you’re looking for an affordable whisky that makes a great base for cocktails, Jameson is your best shot.
Keep reading this list of Jameson cocktails to inspire your inner mixologist.
1. Irish Mule
Are you hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party this year? Treat your guests to this sensational sipper.
An Irish mule is a twist on the classic Moscow mule, and it arguably tastes even better!
You replace vodka with Irish whisky, imparting an incredibly smooth texture to balance the carbonation.
The only other ingredients are ginger beer, mint, lime juice, and ice.
Grab your favorite copper mug and muddle the mint before pouring the other liquids on top.
Wanna feel the luck of the Irish? Make yourself this refreshing spritzer.
It goes light on the alcohol.
This makes it great when St. Patrick’s Day falls on a weekday, and you want to avoid the post-party hangover.
All you need is whisky, green apple soda, ice cubes, and fresh mint. That’s it!
Each sip tastes smooth and refreshing, and your palate will be treated to buttery apple flavors.
The glowing green color emanates a festive Irish twist, making it perfect for celebrating ol’ Saint Pat.
Wanna jazz up your whisky sour? Try swapping in Jameson for your go-to whisky.
You’ll fall in love with the smooth flavor of this liquor, compared to the spicy finish of bourbon or rye.
A whisky sour is a timeless cocktail that requires three components: whisky, lemon juice, and simple syrup.
It’s sweet and tart, with a nice bite from the booze.
If you want to elevate your whisky sour to new frontiers, you could even use maple syrup as your sweetening agent.
This Irish blackberry lemonade is perfect for saying goodbye to the winter blues and welcoming the spring season.
Every sip tastes like your favorite glass of lemonade, along with blackberry sweetness and a sharp finish.
You make this magical drink by creating a blackberry simple syrup that is delicious in its own right.
Combine the simple syrup with a couple of ounces of Jameson and a lemon to garnish.
Congratulations, you just made your new favorite cocktail.
This shot recipe doesn’t pack the health benefits of green tea.
In fact, there’s no actual tea in this shooter to be found. But you’re still going to love it.
You create this shot by combining peach schnapps, Jameson, sweet and sour mix, and a splash of Sprite.
The alluring light green color will draw you in, and after you down this shooter, the flavor will pack a huge punch.
Expect tart, sweet, and refreshing flavors to enchant your tastebuds.
Are you looking for the best cocktail that doubles as a work of art? T
his whiskey sidecar looks like it should be on display in a museum.
The deep teal color contrasts the bright orange rim with a cherry garnish for a pop of red.
It’s one of those cocktails that’s almost too pretty to drink. Almost.
You create this beauty using Jameson, Blue Curacao, and orange juice.
The taste is smooth, citrusy, and slightly tropical.
Perfect your go-to Manhattan recipe by using Jameson as your base.
Along with the whisky, you add extra dry vermouth, sweet vermouth, bitters, and a cocktail cherry to tie it all together.
Expect every sip to taste layered and complex, with a slightly bitter note.
You’ll be surprised by the hint of anise in the finish.
Stumped with what to serve for dessert at your upcoming dinner party?
Try this Jameson Irish whisky milk cocktail for a delectable grand finale.
You whip up this creamy concoction using two Irish staple spirits: Jameson and Baileys.
Add some milk, honey, ginger, and cinnamon to complete this sweet treat.
The ultra-rich texture and sweet flavor will shoot you into dessert heaven.
The booze creates a slightly burned finish, giving this drink a caramel-like quality.
Have you ever seen an Irish sunset? Me neither, but the drink is fantastic.
This striking bevy will catch your eye with its deep reddish-orange color.
The only thing better than its luminescent hue is the refreshingly sweet taste.
Jameson, peach schnapps, and fruit juice come together to create this summery drink.
It’s perfect for sipping on the patio during humid nights.
Combining Jameson and melon might not be your first instinct.
But this flavor pairing will get stuck in your brain after just one taste of this dazzling drink.
This sipper is clean, fresh, and incredibly tasty. It’s the perfect St. Patty’s Day drink to make if you live in a warmer climate.
Mix simple syrup, Jameson, melon liqueur, and tonic water, then garnish your creation with sliced honeydew and a sprig of fresh mint.
Your guests will be talking about this drink well after the party’s over.
You’ll fall in love with this drink even if whisky isn’t your spirit of choice.
The secret to this recipe is creating a Guinness reduction (yes, you read that right).
You boil Guinness beer with sugar to create a thick syrup. It’s sweet and malty and takes this cocktail to a whole new level.
Prepare to be swept off your feet by mouth-watering flavors of Guinness, lemon juice, honey, mint, and the shining star, Jameson.
This matcha sour looks fancy, but it’s actually super easy to whip up.
Shake Jameson, lemon juice, pineapple juice, matcha syrup, and an egg white together.
Do another round with ice, then pour into your favorite coupe glass.
You’ll love how the deep sage green contrasts the thick white foam on top.
It looks like your go-to matcha latte, but the flavors will take your tastebuds on a citrusy.
13. Irish Mudslide
If you have a serious sweet tooth, you must try this Irish mudslide.
It tastes like the classic mudslide cocktail with a minty twist. Think Shamrock Shake with chocolate and booze.
Preparing this drink requires nine ingredients and three different types of alcohol.
But if you want to indulge in a decadent adult treat, it’s well worth the effort.
14. Jameson & Ginger
This simple drink is about to become your new favorite summer sipper.
Jameson sets the stage, accompanied by lime juice and ginger ale for a refreshing twist.
It tastes like a whisky sour with a gingery edge and less booze.
It’s great for staying hydrated in hot weather while enjoying a cheeky drink.
However, this drink goes down incredibly easily, so be sure to drink responsibly.
Wanna enjoy a cocktail, coffee, and dessert all in one sip? The Irish coffee affogato might just become your new favorite.
Four simple ingredients create this sweet treat, including coffee, Jameson, Baily’s, and vanilla ice cream.
This drink is devilishly delicious, but watch out.
After downing one, you’ll be caffeinated, buzzed, and sugar high all at once.
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