The Green Leprechaun

March 5, 2018

This one will be a favorite of anyone who likes a Vodka Tonic.  The recipe is easy and the rewards are great!  One of the keys to any St. Patrick’s day drink is the color – and while the Seven Jars Pickleback Vodka provides a natural green color, the ratio of clear tonic water does take some of the green out.  For the real Irish green, you can add a drop of green food color.  OR you can just drink it so fast that no one really notices the color…

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The Green Leprechaun
A tasty (and colorful) variation on the traditional Vodka Tonic...
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  1. Keep in mind that most people will NOT want to muddle the mint in this recipe. You may want to experiment for yourself, but the traditional recipe calls for first adding ice to a tonic glass. Then pour the Seven Jars Pickleback Vodka over the ice, topping off with the Tonic Water. Stir and garnish with the mint and lime wheel.

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