"Irish Resurgence | Crafted Pour"

"Tired of Guinness, Irish Car Bombs, and Green drinks? Liar 🤣Ready to try something different on this St. Patrick’s Day? Then give this beauty a go! Obviously, whiskey is the big deal in Ireland, but gin has been made there since the 1700’s. In the past few years, gin has exploded over there, with more than 50 brands that are produced on the island! So grab your Irish whiskey and your Irish gin and let’s make my Irish Resurgence:", "undefined", "Irish Resurgence ",

"Ingredients"

Irish Resurgence By , May 8, 2009 Tired of Guinness, Irish Car Bombs, and Green drinks? Liar 🤣Ready to try something different on this St. Patrick’s Day? Then give this beauty a go! Obviously, whiskey is the big deal in Ireland, but gin has been made there since the 1700’s. In the past few years, gin has exploded over there, with more than 50 brands that are produced on the island! So grab your Irish whiskey and your Irish gin and let’s make my Irish Resurgence: Tired of Guinness, Irish Car Bombs, and Green drinks? Liar 🤣Ready to try something different on this St. Patrick’s Day? Then give this beauty a go! Obviously, whiskey is the big deal in Ireland, but gin has been made there since the 1700’s. In the past few years, gin has exploded over there, with more than 50 brands that are produced on the island! So grab your Irish whiskey and your Irish gin and let’s make my Irish Resurgence: Ingredients: - Irish Whiskey - Irish Gin Instructions: Add ingredients (minus peels) into a shaker with ice. Shake well for about 10 seconds. Strain into a chilled glass of your choice (I like to serve it up, but a rocks glass works just as well). Take one orange peel and flame express over the drink until you’ve gotten all the good stuff out. Garnish with the second peel. Sláinte! * feel free to double the recipe if you want a longer sip- you don’t need more orange peel, though. Honey lemon ss: Combine 2 parts honey to one part water in a pot over medium heat. Add the juice of one lemon and the peels. Bring to a simmer, stirring until honey is dissolved. Let simmer for 3-5 minutes, tasting along the way and adding honey or lemon to taste. Remove from heat and allow to steep for at least 15 minutes, up to an hour. Strain into a tight-lidded jar and keep in the fridge for up to two weeks. Spirit Forward,Seasonal,St. Patrick’s Day