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65 BEST Green Cocktails ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿธ

Green cocktails add a touch of celebratory fun to any holiday or themed party. While many green drink recipes are available, this comprehensive list includes twelve of the best.

Many green alcoholic beverages are named for famous green characters like the Grinch Cocktail and the Wicked Witch Cocktail of the West. 

Whether you’re looking for a green alcoholic drink for your next party or something fun and festive for the kids, we’ve got you covered.  

Green cocktails are typically made by using green liquors or juices, mixing two liquids to produce the green color, or adding green food color to the beverage. 

They’re perfect for Halloween, Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, or a variety of other specific party themes, just like #8

Looking for the perfect green mixed drink? 

Keep reading for the most colorful green beverages around! 

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1. Wicked Witch Cocktail

Halloween is a perfect time to try mixing a few green-colored drinks. 

Green liquors can help produce the green color in most cocktails without extra food color. 

This Wicked Witch cocktail is tasty and a bit mysterious. 

The cocktail is bright green, and it is made by combining vodka, Midori, and blue curacao. 

It’s often topped with a maraschino cherry, but to make it more Halloween-focused, try topping the beverage with spooky candies like eye-ball bubble gum. 

The Grinch is arguably Dr. Suess’s most iconic character, and during the Christmas season, Grinch movies and toys are plentiful. 

So why not add a specialty Grinch cocktail to your Christmas party menu? 

The green in this Grinch cocktail is produced by adding Midori, a green liqueur with a sweet, light melon flavor. 

To make it kid-friendly, you could use almost any type of light green juice in place of the alcohol.

The green color in this Irish Wake is produced by mixing blue curacao and freshly squeezed orange juice. 

The Irish Wake was made famous by McGuire’s Irish Pub. 

The mixture includes white and gold rums and Bacardi 151 in addition to the two key “green” ingredients. 

While easily made at home, if you do visit McGuire’s Irish Pub and order an Irish Wake, you’ll get a keepsake thirty-two-ounce glass container with a drawing on the front that changes every year. 

Should pair nicely with our list of Crowd-Pleasing Irish Appetizers!

A screwdriver is a popular brunch beverage combining orange juice and vodka. 

For a fun twist on a breakfast party, add a shot of blue curacao to turn things green. 

To make the green even more present, add a drop of green food coloring as well! 

Similarly, the other popular brunch cocktail – a mimosa – can easily turn green with the same small additions, either a small amount of curacao or a drop or two of green food coloring. 

It’s a perfect, easy way to turn your St. Patrick’s Day brunch into something extra special.

The green and creamy cocktail called the Grasshopper made its first appearance in 1918 in New Orleans. 

The creator of the cocktail, Philibert Guichet, owned a restaurant in Crescent City. 

Ever since he created the award-winning green cocktail, it has been a menu staple at Tujague’s Restaurant. 

It is a mixture of Crème de menthe, Crème de cacao, and heavy cream

The drink’s color comes from the spirits included in it with no extra additives.

The Green Hawaiian cocktail mixes vodka, lemon-lime soda, coconut rum, blue curacao, and pineapple juice. 

It is a fun play on a Blue Hawaiian, just without the cream of coconut. 

The mixture of the blue curacao and the pineapple juice creates the light green color of the cocktail. 

This is another one that’s easy to make kid-friendly by replacing the blue curacao with a blue tropical punch.

The Hammered Hulk cocktail is named after the Marvel Comic Character – a notoriously large green monster when angry. 

Try mixing coconut rum, Midori, and blue curacao for this bright drink.

Then grab your popcorn and invite some friends over to have a Marvel movie marathon!

An Emerald Sunrise cocktail is a delicious version of the classic Tequila Sunrise. 

To make this green alcoholic beverage, start by mixing a Tequila Sunrise but exchange blue curacao for the traditional grenadine. 

The mixture of tequila, orange juice, and blue curacao contributes to the green color of the cocktail. 

If you’re a budding home bartender, this is a great one to have in your arsenal without having to learn an entirely new recipe.

The Green Goblin cocktail is a tremendous martini-style alcoholic beverage to make during Halloween. 

Many people associate the Green Goblin with Spiderman comics and movies since he is one of the primary villains. 

Otherwise, a green goblin might be a scary creature of lore – perfect for a spooky party. 

The cocktail is a mixture of dark rum, pineapple juice, lemon juice, blue curacao, and lemon-lime soda.

This Matcha Green Cocktail combines gin, Monin mint, Monin honey syrup, fresh lime juice, and matcha green tea powder. 

Add a decorative mint leaf and orange slice, and you’ll have one of the tastiest, most unique green-colored drinks of your life. 

The matcha powder is the key ingredient that leads to the green color of the beverage. 

Many bartenders agree that the drink is best served after being strained.

The Green Lady is a classy cocktail with an unmistakable emerald hue. 

The cocktail combines green curacao, one part gin, one part lemon juice, and two dashes of pastis. 
Pastis is a French apéritif with a distinct anise flavor, similar to licorice. 

This straightforward cocktail has a bit of an acquired taste, which makes it a “cult favorite” with a large group of people.

We couldn’t complete our list without adding the classic St. Patrick’s Day green beer! 

From Boston to Baton Rouge and from New York to Dublin, Ireland, green beer is the all-day choice for those celebrating the holiday with an alcoholic beverage. 

Most recipes call for a light pilsner or light lager mixed with green food coloring. 

However, you can also make a shandy green – a mixture of beer and lemonade. 

To make it green, add a shot of blue or green curacao to the lemonade before combining the mix. 

Midori sour is a bright and showy liqueur with a flavor similar to Japanese muskmelons and cantaloupe.

The cocktail is blended with sugar and brandy and dosed with green food coloring to achieve its appearance. 

This drink is often served at nightclubs and bars, but you can easily replicate it at home for your guests. 

Ingredients include: Midori, vodka, lemon juice, and club soda.

This delicious cocktail is a vibrant and unique twist on the classic Long Island drink. 

It has all the traditional ingredients of Long Island but with the addition of lemon-lime soda and melon liqueur instead of soda. 

Ingredients include: Vodka, rum, tequila, gin, lemon-lime soda, and melon liqueur.

This cocktail’s opalescent milky color occurs when the champagne is mixed with absinthe. 

The aromatic compounds that absinthe has are soluble in alcohol, so it creates a cloudy effect. 

This aesthetic makes the drink suitable for Halloween parties or themed gatherings. 

As for its flavor, it has an anise and wormwood aftertaste with a bit of dryness. 

Ingredients include: Absinthe, champagne, and simple syrup.

This classic cocktail has an amazing taste that everyone will certainly appreciate. 

Although the flavor is complex, it still works. 

Making it is also fairly easy because it involves pouring equal parts of four liquors. 

The botanicals of the gin are accented with the herbal array of chartreuse and the dryness of the maraschino liqueur, while the lime brings everything together with its tartness. 

It’s one of the most sophisticated green cocktails out there. 

Ingredients include: Gin, green chartreuse liqueur, lime juice, and maraschino liqueur.

This fabulous drink is light on alcohol and packed with an addicting fruity flavor. 

If you want a fun green drink with a fantastic taste that mixes up in just minutes, this recipe is for you. 

It is magical and electric and offers the sweet taste of melons. 

The addition of Cointreau adds a hint of orange and the freshly squeezed lemon juice adds tartness. 

This cocktail is guaranteed to impress your guests. 

Ingredients include: Midori, Cointreau, lemon juice, and maraschino cherries.

Another fun way to make green cocktails is by muddling bright green herbs like basil in liquor. 

The peppery flavor of basil is perfect for alcoholic drinks, and in this recipe, it is paired nicely with the botanical essence of gin. 

Ingredients include: Gin, lime juice, simple syrup, and basil.

A light and fragrant drink that you will enjoy for brunch, this basil smash is irresistible. 

The ingredients are muddled together, giving off an Irish holiday-style hue. 

If you want to be more festive, you can snag a bottle of your favorite gin. 

Ingredients include: Sugar, basil, cucumber, gin, and lemon juice.

Southside is a refreshing combination of sugar, citrus, mint, and gin, and is a drink that is worth knowing and drinking. 

Remember to treat the mint gently because too much of it will highlight the bitter notes of herbs than its sweet and aromatic qualities. 

Ingredients include: Mint leaves, lemon juice, gin, and simple syrup.

Although the name of the cocktail sounds intense, it actually has a mellow flavor. 

The Green Demon tastes like lemon and honeydew with a bit of zest because of the lemon juice. 

Vodka and rum are mixed in the drink to give you enough kick but won’t knock you flat out. 

It is a nice cocktail to sip on for a while. 

Ingredients include: Midori, vodka, white rum, and lemonade.

This cocktail is the life of any party.

The bright green liquor will surely have you feeling good at your next get-together or party. 

It is also an excellent drink to serve for Saint Patrick’s Day. 

It is sweet and not too strong so that it will please even the most difficult drinkers. 

Ingredients include: Jameson Irish whiskey, peach schnapps, pineapple juice, sparkling soda, and green coloring.

Wasabi is an ingredient that is not normally associated with cocktails, but for this recipe, it works unbelievably well. 

It can make your drink spicy without having to add any hot pepper. 

In this drink, the Japanese horseradish is paired with fresh cucumber and gin that creates a lively and intriguing sipper. 

The addition of wasabi gives the cocktail more dimension and the array of botanicals play nicely against the pungent paste. 

If you are looking for an adventurous liquor for your party, this is a must-try. 

Ingredients include: Cucumber, gin, wasabi, and horseradish.

There is nothing more Irish than this cocktail. 

The blend of vodka, peach schnapps, and pineapple juice creates a tasty drink that you can sip on all night without feeling hammered the next day. 

It is smooth, sweet and fruity, and it is a drink that everyone will love. 

Ingredients include: Peach schnapps, blue curacao, vodka, orange juice, and pineapple juice.

Are you getting ready for an adult party?

This interesting martini will get you in the mood.

The drink has a beautiful green color, and it features soaked chia seeds. 

It has a crisp green apple flavor and a sour aftertaste. 

Ingredients include: Kinky green liqueur, vodka, and chia seeds.

A green cocktail can be a challenge to come by because there are not a lot of mixers that can create a gorgeous green drink. 

Even though food coloring is an option, finding the perfect recipe to make an enticing green cocktail is more rewarding. 

In comes Kinky Green, a liquor made with vodka and bold flavors, and it tastes like sour apple but leaves you refreshed. 

Ingredients include: Vodka, kinky green, lemonade, sprite, and lemon juice.

Named after an atmospheric phenomenon where the sky turns into a vivid green color, the Green Flash will have you dreaming of the Caribbean. 

It is a tongue-tingling blend of peach schnapps, vodka, curacao, Sprite and orange juice. 

It is bubbly, gorgeous and tropical. 

Ingredients include: Vodka, curacao, sprite, peach schnapps, and fresh orange juice.

Sweet, sour, and absolutely tempting, this sophisticated martini is for fans of cocktails and those that want something alcoholic to sip on while partying. 

It has a delectable combination of citrus vodka, vanilla vodka, and lime syrup. 

Since there are two types of vodka in the drink, you will certainly feel it at the end of the night, but it will be worth it. 

Ingredients include: Vodka, triple sec, fresh lime juice, and lime zest.

This light drink is heavenly after a heavy meal or for days when you want a cocktail in your hand while reading or entertaining guests. 

Refreshing and frothy, it is a bubbly blend of melon liqueur, prosecco and lemon juice. 

The cocktail has a bit of dryness and is slightly tart, but it balances the fruity flavor of Midori. 

Ingredients include: Midori or melon liqueur, lemon juice, prosecco, and lemon twists.

Kick off your shoes, dig your feet into the sand, and soak up the sun with this elegant and eye-catching drink made for cocktail connoisseurs. 

Even if you aren’t outdoors, this cocktail will give you that vacation feeling from your couch. 

Made with pineapple juice and blue curacao for a fruity sipper that you won’t get enough of. 

Ingredients include: Coconut milk, orange juice, rum, lime, and mango puree.

Green Ghost features chartreuse, a unique herbal liqueur that is hard to come by, but using it in this cocktail will complete its appeal. 

It closely resembled Last Word, although the proportion is altered, and the maraschino is swapped for gin. 

It is vibrant and has a satisfying acidic texture. 

Ingredient include: Gin, green chartreuse, and lime juice.

This margarita is the best way to celebrate happy hour in style. 

The cool cucumber meets spicy jalapeño with the right punch of tequila for a delightful way to soften the edges of your day. 

Why not check out our list of Green Tea Cocktails while you’re here.

Ingredients include: Cucumber, lime, jalapeño, Cointreau, and tequila.

Another cocktail that is suitable for St. Patrick’s Day or themed parties, this mimosa is naturally colored with cucumber, ginger, mint, and green apple. 

It has no food coloring as its exquisite and natural ingredients give it an enchanting emerald green shade. 

You can add it as a part of a full traditional Irish breakfast. 

Ingredients include: Ginger, cucumber, green apple, mint, and sugar.

If you’re having trouble deciding on whether to sip on margarita or mojito, why not make a cocktail that contains both?

Made with tequila, lime juice, mango, and mint, this cocktail is served frozen in a glass with salt on the rim. 

This drink will make your brunches or get-togethers better. 

Ingredients include: Tequila, lime juice, mango chunks, honey, mint leaves, and sparkling water.

This caramel green apple drink with warming spices and sweet caramel setting in a nice festive base. 

The caramel vodka and simple syrup with ginger flavor balance out the zest of the green apple liquor. 

It is like a liquid version of a caramel-covered green apple. 

Ingredients include: Caramel vodka, ginger simple syrup, and green apple Smirnoff Ice.

This mint martini is the ultimate combination. 

The crème de menthe is mixed with Bailey’s Irish Cream to create a decadent drink that you can prepare for any special occasion. 

Not only is this minty martini addictive, it also has a pretty green color that can make your celebration more fun and festive. 

Ingredients include: Crème de menthe, Bailey’s Irish Cream, vodka, and shaved chocolate.

The terrific blend of sweetness and buzzing tartness with the added entertaining, sparkling bubbles is the only way to celebrate any holiday. 

The subtle flavor of vodka does not overpower the taste of other ingredients, so you won’t feel the effect of the alcohol until after you’ve finished your cocktail. 

Ingredients include: Vodka, lemon-lime soda, apple juice, and elderflower syrup.

This version of Bloody Mary has a tangy twist and is filled with the right amount of heat. 

The base for this cocktail is light and gratifying, so you can cure whatever feeling you’re plagued with or make your day much better. 

Ingredients include: Tomatillos, cucumber, jalapeño, vodka, and cayenne pepper.

Beautifully sour and sweet with notes of lime and apple and a gorgeous green hue, this cocktail is alluring. 

Every sip of this boozy green cocktail will certainly channel your inner Irish spirit.

Ingredients include: Tequila, sour apple liqueur, lime juice, and agave.

Pale green but green nonetheless, this lightly sweet and very fresh-tasting gimlet is going to offer a welcome change from the onslaught of food coloring and blue curacao combinations. 

Our Green Tea Cocktail is a lively green-yellow color, and it has no green tea in it. 😄
 
Ingredients include: Cucumber-infused gin, cucumber, simple syrup, lime juice, and blueberries.

Inspired by the classic Cosmopolitan cocktail, the Melon Cosmo gets its vibrant color from Midori melon liqueur.

Try this for a refreshing blast of watermelon flavor!

Ingredients include: Vodka, midori, white cranberry juice, ice, and watermelon.

Think Apple Pucker and not ground up mary jane leaves!

All the fun without the questionable street medicinals, this bright green powerhouse of a cocktail is a nice balance of sweet.

Ingredients include: Tequila, blue curacao, apple pucker, sweet and sour mix, and pineapple juice.

To celebrate that transition from tea time to me time, this is a matcha-focused favorite.

Since this IS ground-up green times three, as all matcha is ground tea leaves, so this has that noticeable matcha flavor and darn near glows with it.

Ingredients include: Silver tequila, matcha powder, matcha simple syrup, lime juice, and matcha salt.

A Brazilian delight that brings out the best green that kiwi has to offer, this easy, delicious little number has four simple ingredients.

It doesn’t get any easier, and it’s a natural verdant hue.

Ingredients include: Kiwi, sake, sugar, and ice.

As hazel eyes walk the line between green and brown, so does this dirty soju martini. 

Dry and savory, if you like a stiff drink without all the frou-frou, this one is for you-you.

Ingredients include: Soju, dry vermouth, olive brine, olives, and ice.

Neon like a traffic light that glows in the deep night, these jello shots shine like the green lights and taste like the red lights. 

Fireball whiskey, those sour gummies, and green apple jello together are eye-catching and tasty.

Ingredients include: Green apple gelatin, Fireball whiskey, Trolli Apple O’s, and water.

The “black sheep” of the melon family, the honeydew is what makes this one so lightly sweet and refreshing, with mint bringing out all the finest flavors of spring!

Wine and rum? Who knew. 

I’m saving this one for my next springtime brunch.

Ingredients include: White wine, white rum, cucumber juice, honeydew juice, and mint.

I have learned to love avocados in all their glory: on toast, on tacos, even made into delectable ice cream.

But this is the first time I’ve seen it in one of these green cocktails.

I’m here for it, though: creamy, green, with a bit of Latin flair. 

Every margarita should be so lucky. 

The only challenge will be making sure that the avocados are perfectly ripe and ready.

Ingredients include: Tequila, triple sec, agave nectar, avocado, and lime.

This is another good one! Is there a single thing in here that doesn’t sound absolutely refreshing?

Bring on the rosemary, which is both verdant and savory, plus sweet honey and fresh kiwi—this luscious combo is going to make an incredible green cocktail!

Ingredients include: Kiwi, rosemary, white rum, honey, and club soda.

This one is a beautiful and delicious bright green, a simple mimosa cocktail that uses blue curacao and orange juice to make that lovely springtime color. 

Want to turn all that brightness down a bit? If you add more prosecco, you’ll dim the color and the sweetness.

Ingredients include: Orange juice, prosecco, lemon, and blue curacao.

Try this easy green layered look in our Pot O’ Gold Mimosa, too.

Heh, “frojito” – I can get behind this kind of drink.

A deep, forest green, this frozen mojito is heavy mint and heavy lime, like all good mojitos, but with all of the refreshing icy flavor of your favorite daiquiri or frozen marg.

Ingredients include: Rum, simple syrup, mint, lime juice, and club soda.

Look at this emerald beauty! 

With only three ingredients plus a rim, you’ll pull this together in no time and wow everyone at the Kentucky Derby brunch!

Ingredients include: Vodka, Kahlua, and matcha tea.

I shall never tire of mixing kiwi into green cocktails. 

And the addition of elderflower liqueur only adds a tasteful mystique and a gentle edge to this one. 

Very pretty and refreshing!

Ingredients include: Gin, kiwi, simple syrup, lime juice, and St. Germain elderflower liqueur.

Is chartreuse still a color? 

This is the epitome of a lovely yellow-green and luscious with melon flavors, lime and even that spicy-spicy tajin.

A tequila foundation and lots of juicy goodness here. 

Ingredients include: Midori, tequila, lime juice, tajin, and lime.

Pucker up for this one! 

This is a tart treat with an Irish twist.

The drink is fun and refreshing, with a hint of sweetness from the apple and sourness from the vodka.

Ingredients include: Jameson whiskey, Smirnoff sour apple vodka, Fever-Tree elderflower tonic water, green apple slices, and ice.

This one is perfect for a party!

If you love fresh fruit, sherbert, and booze, then you are gonna love this one.

It reminds me of every wedding punch I have ever had but spiked.

The melon balls, along with kiwi and apple slices, make it look fun, and the mint leaves add that extra flair!

Be sure to serve this chilled. 

Also, I recommend flash-freezing your melon balls so that they help keep the punch cool for longer.

Ingredients include: Vodka, melon liqueur, prosecco, kiwis, and mint.

This is not your average daiquiri!

I like to think of it as a refreshing, grown-up version of a daiquiri.

It includes cucumber, avocado, two kinds of rum, some sweetness, and a touch of tart from the lime.

Now, this is a great way to get in some veggies if you ask me.

Ingredients include: Cucumber, avocado, simple syrup, white and dark rum, and lemon juice.

These are not your run-of-the-mill Jello-O shots.

Nope, this recipe mixes things up a bit.

They have two unique factors: style and whiskey.

Sometimes half the fun is the delivery, and these square Jell-O shots are garnished with a mint leaf and some edible gold stars!

And listen, they are tasty too.

The combination of the lime juice and sugar adds the perfect combo of sweet and tart.

If you only make one thing from this list, I suggest this one.

Ingredients include: Jameson whiskey, gelatin, lime juice, mint, and food coloring.

If you want something refreshing and festive, this is the green cocktail for you.

For me, this is a fun drink that I am gonna make with friends when we have no agenda and just wanna sit on the porch and chat.

I love the combination of pineapple and green apples combined with the bubbly nature of Moscato.

Ingredients include: Moscato, Monin granny smith apple puree, pineapple juice, and ice.

There is a real twist that makes this bloody Mary a green cocktail.

It uses green tomatoes!

Not only is this made using green tomatoes, but it also has English cucumbers, limes, and parsley.

Then it is garnished with bacon.

My recommendation is that you blend all the ingredients together, per the recipe, and pour it in a pitcher.

Chill it all in the fridge.

Then when you are ready to serve this gorgeous green cocktail, pour and garnish.

Ingredients include: Green tomatoes, bacon, cherry tomatoes, vodka, and jalapenos.

Cute!

Squeeee!

That is how I feel about this green cocktail recipe.

The flavor of key lime pie but in a margarita may be the perfect cocktail. 

Imagine a creamy green margarita in the perfect marg glass that is rimmed out with green sugar and garnished with beautiful green lime.

Ingredients include: Key lime juice, Midori, vanilla vodka, coconut rum, and reposado tequila

First, you will make a matcha green tea liquor.

How fun is that?!

Then you will add your vodka and pour it in a cocktail glass.

Finally, you float some fresh cream on top.

Garnish that beauty and enjoy.

Making this cocktail will take a moment, but the process is part of the joy.

Ingredients include: Vodka, matcha, vanilla bean, whole milk, and cream.

This is snappy, green, and festive.

You can go from grabbing the ingredients and tools to having a refreshing green cocktail in less than 5 minutes.

It only has two ingredients. 

If you want to get a bit sassy and make it even more fun, rim the martini glass with green sugar. 

Ingredients include: Melon liqueur, vodka, and ice.

Chocolate and mint are a match made in Girl Scout heaven.

Every year, those are the first cookies that I ALWAYS stock up on.

Well, now I have even more of a reason.

This green shot drink has it all: Between the Baileys Irish Cream, the chocolate frosting, and the thin mints, I am over the moon.

It is gonna be sweet, but it is only a shot, so I can handle it.

Ingredients include: Baileys Irish cream, creme de coca, creme de menthe, milk, and thin mint cookies.

Cucumber margaritas are so refreshing and incredibly tasty at the same time.
When I first had one, I was skeptical.

But then, I tasted it and was truly delighted.

This margarita is a bit more effort than some because you must first make the cucumber juice in the blender.

I promise you, though, if you do this once and try it, you will agree with me.

It is well worth the extra few minutes!

Ingredients include: Tequila, agave nectar, cucumber, lime juice, and coarse salt.

The bottom line

Looking for a refreshing and delicious cocktail to enjoy this spring, summer, or any and every holiday that celebrates green??

Look no further than this newly updated list of Green Cocktails!

From the unique twist on the Melon Cosmo, to the Pot O’ Gold Mimosa to the Avocado Margarita, these are the perfect drinks to cool down or heat up for any party.

So give any of these Green Cocktail Recipes a try and see for yourself!

More Colorful Cocktails

65 BEST Green Cocktails 💚🍸

65 BEST Green Cocktails 💚🍸

Looking for the perfect GREEN mixed drink? These NEW 65 Green Cocktails add a touch of fun to any holiday or themed party!

Ingredients

  • Wicked Witch Cocktail
  • Grinch Cocktail
  • Irish Wake
  • Green Screwdriver
  • Grasshopper
  • Green Hawaiian
  • Hammered Hulk
  • Emerald Sunrise
  • Green Goblin
  • Matcha Green Cocktail
  • Green Lady
  • St. Patrick’s Day Green Beer
  • Midori Sour
  • Tokyo Iced Tea
  • Death in the Afternoon
  • The Last Word
  • Japanese Slipper Cocktail
  • Basil Gimlet
  • Gin & Cucumber Basil Smash
  • Southside Cocktail
  • Green Demon
  • Luck Of The Irish
  • Cucumber Wasabi Cocktail
  • Fuzzy Leprechaun Cocktail
  • Toxic Spawn Martini
  • Kinky Green Cocktail
  • Green Flash Cocktail
  • Lime Drop Martini
  • Green Prosecco Cocktail
  • Island Time Cocktail
  • Green Ghost Cocktail
  • Spicy Cucumber Jalapeño Margarita
  • Four Leaf Clover Mimosa
  • Frozen Mango Mojito-Rita
  • Caramel Green Apple Cocktail
  • Bailey's Mint Martini
  • Sparkling Shamrock Cocktail
  • Spicy Green Bloody Mary
  • Sour Apple Tequila Cocktail
  • Cucumber Gimlet
  • Melon Cosmo
  • Liquid Marijuana
  • Ultimate Matcha Margarita
  • Kiwi Caipisake Cocktail
  • Dirty Soju Martini
  • Green Apple Fireball Jello Shots
  • Honeydew & Cucumber Sangria
  • Avocado Margarita
  • Rosemary Kiwi Cocktail
  • Green Mimosa
  • Frozen Mojito
  • Matcha Espresso Martini
  • Green Goddess Kiwi Cocktail
  • Midori Margarita
  • Irish Sour Apple Cocktail
  • Boozy Shamrock Party Punch
  • Cucumber Avocado Daiquiri
  • Jameson Jell-O Shots
  • Green Apple Moscato
  • Spicy BLT Green Bloody Mary
  • Key Lime Pie Margarita
  • Green Russian
  • Melontini
  • Thin Mint Shooters
  • Cucumber Margarita

Instructions

  1. It’s time to mix up something delicious from our list of Green Cocktails.
  2. Gather a few ingredients and some friends.
  3. Enjoy responsibly, and don’t forget to share on your social media!

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