Irish Whiskey And Honey Liqueur

A Kerr mason jar

A Kerr mason jar (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jameson's liquer

This is the way we celebrate the Day in my neck of the woods. ๐Ÿ™‚

Ingredients:

1 Quart Mason Jar

Honey

Jameson’s Irish Whiskey or a brand of your choice

Directions

Pour approximately 2″ of honey into a clean quart Mason jar.

Fill the remainder of the jar with the Irish Whiskey.

Slowly stir with a wooden spoon until the honey is dissolved into the whiskey.

Serve neat. Don’t drive anywhere.

10 thoughts on “Irish Whiskey And Honey Liqueur

  1. Jueseppi B. says:

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Comโ„ข and commented:
    YES!!!! This is what I’m talkin bout….. (I don’t drink)….great Irish recipe for St. Paddy’s Day!!

  2. Don’t start with this!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. blksista says:

    Reblogged this on This Black Sista's Page and commented:
    Like they said, don’t get in the car and drive under the influence…!
    There is something about sugar meeting sugar once more. An explosion, yes.

  4. I think you’ve got it right in your neck of the woods. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. You probably know this recipe already. When my son was 3 or 4 he had such a bad chest cold that I thought it was pneumonia. Dr’s just kept giving him antibiotics that did nothing. Now Grandmother, (notice how I capitalize her title?) mixed up a brew of whiskey, honey, pat of butter and lemon juice. Warmed it in a drink shaker on the pilot light of the stove and dosed my child every 4 hours. He was well in days. I still use that for serious chest colds. Works better than anything you can buy. That little bit of alcohol didn’t hurt him or his brain. Nor is he a drinker. I tell people it will cure anything.

  6. petit4chocolatier says:

    Excellent!!! Love it ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. lolasanrose says:

    this is a winner. oh yeah.

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