The Best Green Alcoholic Drinks

You won’t get pinched with one of these festive and tasty green alcoholic drinks in your hand. Add them to your list of fun St. Patrick’s Day Ideas.

There is a bunch of variety in this list. In fact, the only things they have in common is that they are alcoholic and green.

So, when you’re not quite sure which drinks to serve at your St. Paddy’s Day party, serve a few of these. There is something for everyone on this list.

A collage of green alcoholic drinks including kiwi drinks, green martini,  mojitos and green margaritas.

From the super fruity to the insanely strong, these drinks fill up the spectrum of party drinks.

Scroll through the list, pick out your favorites, and click through to find the recipe for them.

All of these fun green drinks are perfect for your upcoming party!

What Liquor Is Green?

There are quite a few different types of liquor that are dyed green. And many of the drinks in this list are made green from other ingredients. For example, the spicy cucumber margarita is green from the cucumber peel.

There is only one liqueur in the world that is green from completely natural sources: Green Chartreuse. And that name comes from the Grande Chartreuse – a monastery in France where it is produced nearby.

You’ll find other green liquor types, including Dekuyper Sour Apple Pucker and Kinky Green Liqueur.

A collage of green alcoholic drinks including kiwi drinks, green martini, mojitos and green margaritas.

And you can always use food coloring to make your drink as green as you want it to be!

Green Cocktail Glasses

If you’re going to serve these green alcoholic drinks at a party, then you need to serve them in the appropriate glasses.

The best way to know which type of glass to use is to look at the recipe. They will usually tell you. Like how you should use a martini glass for a martini, for example.

After you settle on which glass to use, find some cocktail glass charms. This helps everyone identify their glass so that they don’t get mixed up between people.

A collage of green alcoholic drinks including kiwi mojito, green martini, mojitos and green margaritas.

But if you’re not serving this at a party, you can use whatever glass you want.

Types of Alcoholic Drinks

What types of drinks did I include in this list?

You’ll find a little bit of everything. I included a few different margaritas, some minty mojitos, and of course some martinis too.

There are also a lot of mixed drinks on the list that don’t fit neatly into a category. But they are so good that you’ll throw parties just to share them with your friends.

More Great St. Patrick’s Day Ideas:

If you’re looking for green alcoholic drinks, then chances are you’re celebrating St. Patty’s Day! Here are some fun activities to do on this lucky holiday.

Are you ready for the list of green cocktails? Here you go. Browse the list, click through to your favorite ones, and save them to Pinterest so you can find it later.

Green Alcoholic Drinks

Green cocktail drinks are not only visually stunning but also incredibly refreshing and flavorful. These vibrant libations are often made with a combination of spirits like vodka, gin, or tequila, along with mixers such as lime juice, pineapple juice, or sour mix.

The signature green color is usually achieved by incorporating ingredients like melon liqueur, mint, or kiwi. Whether it's a classic mojito, a tropical midori sour, or a creative cucumber basil martini, green cocktails are the perfect choice for adding a touch of fun to any gathering or celebration.

I hope you found a few green alcohol drinks to make. Maybe you want to make them all – I feel you there! Remember to pin this post to Pinterest so you can find it later.

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