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March 16, 2017 12:36 PM EDT

They’re so much better than a pint of green beer.

Irish Iced Coffee

This refreshing recipe could not be simpler. Strong iced coffee is mixed with whiskey and heavy cream to create a deliciously decadent pick-me-up.

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John Collins

A riff on the classic Tom Collins cocktail, this drink gets a dose of whiskey instead of the traditional gin. Pour over a tall glass of ice, then garnish with a lemon wedge.

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White Knight

Perfect for the classic cocktail lover, this elegant drink is sure to impress your partygoers. The white port (or Lillet Blanc) adds just the right amount of sweetness.

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Irish 75

If you’re a fan of the French 75, you’ll fall in love with this romantic rendition. Irish whiskey replaces the gin or cognac, and the sparkling wine makes it delightfully bubbly.

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Irish Rose

This pretty pink cocktail is as delicious as it looks. And the combination of sweet red grenadine and tangy, freshly-squeezed lime juice is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Get the recipe: Irish Rose

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