3 Recipes with Paddy's Devil's Apple for St. Patrick's Day

Do NOT wait until St. Patrick's Day to pick up a bottle of Paddy's Devil's Apple Irish Whiskey. Buy a bottle as soon as the weather shifts in September and you need a scarf around your neck at night. It's a yummy spirit post-Thanksgiving dinner, good in apple pie (yes IN), and it's amazingly versatile in a variety of cocktails. If you're only just discovering Paddy's this March, we're certain you'll finish the bottle before those pesky spring spirits (AKA vodka & gin!) start stealing your attention. → Don't forget to follow us on YouTube & Instagram! ♥

Far from the Tree

Far from the Tree 2 ounces Paddy Devil's Apple 4 ounces Angry Orchard Hard Cider

Directions Fill a lowball or highball with ice. Add the Paddy Devil's Apple, followed by the hard cider. Stir with a straw and serve.

The Devil Wears Whiskey

The Devil Wears Whiskey 1.5 ounces Paddy Devil's Apple 3/4 ounce cinnamon clove simple syrup (recipe in the book ♥) 3 ounces cranberry juice

Directions Fill a martini shaker with ice. Add the Paddy Devil's Apple, cinnamon clove simple syrup, and cranberry juice. Shake well, then strain into a martini glass and serve.

Right Side of the Bed

Right Side of the Bed 1.5 ounces Paddy Devil's Apple 2.5 ounces orange juice ½ ounce lemon juice

Directions Fill a martini shaker with ice. Add the Paddy Devil's Apple, orange juice, and lemon juice. Shake well, then strain into a bucket glass filled with ice.

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