Irish Whiskey & Cranberry

Irish Whiskey and Cranberry – Pleasantly sharp, smooth and rich, with a hint of vanilla undertones.

I spent a summer in Ireland and during that time I was introduced to 5 traditional Irish drinks. This is an easy recipe for Irish Whiskey and cranberry, perfect for serving at your St Patrick’s Day party or anytime of the year. Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Irish Whiskey & Cranberry
Irish Whiskey & Cranberry

Here are the other 4 drinks that I discovered during my first trip to Ireland: Guinness (I buy it in a 4 pack of cans), Baileys Irish Cream (you can find it at any store that sells Liquor), Black & Black, and Baby Guinness. One additional favorite, the Irish Car Bomb drink. I didn’t discover this in Ireland but at a bar in South Carolina called the Blu Martini.

Irish Whiskey & Cranberry Ingredients
Irish Whiskey & Cranberry Ingredients

This very nice cocktail glass with the word ‘cheers’ or ‘health’ in Gaelic can be found here. Definitely a must for a St Patrick’s Day celebration.

Irish Whiskey & Cranberry
Irish Whiskey & Cranberry

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Irish Whiskey & Cranberry

Irish Whiskey & Cranberry

This simple yet refreshing drink is great for celebrating St Patrick's Day with friends and family
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Prep Time 5 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine Irish
Servings 1 Drink


  • 1.5 Ounces Irish Whiskey I like to drink Bushmills
  • 2.5 Ounces Cranberry Juice
  • Glass with ice


  • Add the whiskey and cranberry to a glass with ice
  • Stir gently
Keyword Cocktail, Easy, Happy Hour, Holiday, Irish Whiskey, Mixed Drinks, St Patrick’s Day
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