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In this book Sean Healy brings you 43 Irish Drink Recipes and 38 Irish Toasts.  Sean lived with family members in Dublin for one year and immersed himself in the Irish pub culture. His bestloved pub was Mulligan’s at Poolbeg Street where he communed with the spirit of famed Irish writer James Joyce, one of Mulligan’s more widely known and esteemed customers. 

In addition to the Irish Drink recipes and Toasts & Blessings, Sean shares what St. Patrick’s Day is like in Dublin, what the Irish themselves drink on St. Patrick’s Day and what they eat for their holiday dinner. You’ll learn the proper way to drink a Guinness® Draught and what a Bacon Butty is!

Sean likewise includes 38 Irish toasts and blessings that you may use on St. Patrick’s Day to toast your friends and family.

If you’re looking for both conventional and modern Irish drink recipes this is the book for you!

Here’s a sampling of just a good deal of of the recipes in the book.

Traditional Irish Drinks:
* Irish Coffee – Traditional
* Irish Whiskey Punch
* Irish Whiskey Punch with Honey
* Scalteen for One
* Scalteen with Honey and Butter

Saint Patrick’s Day Cocktails
* Bushmills® Irish Buck Cocktail
* Caruso
* Dancing Leprechaun
* Dublin Handshake
* Emerald Isle
* Everybody’s Irish Cocktail
* Green Dublin
* Green Mist Cocktail
* Irish Ale Cocktail
* Irish Angel
* Irish Boilermaker
* Irish Brogue
* (And Many More)

Saint Patrick’s Day Shooters
* Irish Flag
* Irish Frog
* Shamrocked
* The Nutty Irishman Shooter

Saint Patrick’s Day Non-Alcoholic Drinks

* Fizzing Irishman
* Green Irish Eyes
* Irish Rose
* Nash’s Red Lemonade
* Shillelagh
* St. Patrick’s Day Party Punch

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #62385 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2012-03-05
  • Released on: 2012-03-05
  • Format: Kindle eBook
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
5Great fun all year round
By D. C. Wiggs
Irish whiskey is my tipple of choice, so I had to grab this!

Sean has written a great all round book, with a wonderful personal introduction to his novel writing time spent in Dublin, to the history of St Patrick’s day and what the Irish drink to celebrate (I was relieved to find out that green beer is an American invention!

There are then a wonderful selection of drink and cocktail recipes, which would certainly suit a shot of Bushmills or two (I personally wouldn’t use my Power’s as I only mix it with ice!)

The last part of the book is dedicated to traditional Irish toasts and drinking songs – exactly what you need after consuming a few of the cocktails!

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
5Great Irish Recipe Book
By Tucker
The book is a great collection of recipes, toasts and songs all related to Irish culture. Over the course of the book the author inserts the reader into Irish culture: first with a comprehensive look at St. Patrick’s Day and its history, then with Irish recipes, toasts, and songs. Included in the book is over forty different recipes for drinks, some great toasts, and an awesome drinking song. Overall, the book was quite informative and has many great recipes for drinking. In my life I have tried a couple of these recipes and after buying this book I think I might try some more.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
5All Set For St. Patrick’s Day!
By B. Haywood
Lucky for me I came across this book of Irish cocktails! Charming – and served up with a wee bit of Irish history, and makes for a fun read! Love the recipes – and a few here that I never heard of so I’m looking forward to trying these – serving them up with Irish toasts at our St. Patrick’s Day party. Slainte!

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