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Boozy Shamrock Shake

When we at Rejigger HQ were kids, St. Patrick’s Day was all about one sweet treat: the McDonalds Shamrock Shake. Even today, its minty taste and bright-green color bring back sweet fast-food memories. This year, we decided to give the childhood favorite a grown-up update—by mixing it with a Rejigger full of booze. Besides the obligatory shot of Jameson, there’s also Bailey’s Irish Cream and crème de menthe to enhance the drink’s creamy, minty taste. Slainté!

(If you’re unable to procure a Shamrock Shake, then a vanilla milkshake should work just as well. The crème de menthe will still turn the drink a pale, St. Patrick’s-y green.)

  1. Creme de menthe
  2. Jameson Irish Whiskey
  3. Bailey's Irish Cream
  • 1 McDonald's Shamrock Shake

Skim the whipped cream and maraschino cherry off the top of the Shamrock Shake. Then pour the Shake and the contents of the Rejigger into a pint glass and stir with a spoon. Pour into two coupes or a single highball glass and enjoy!

Dapper Leprechaun

If Don Draper were a leprechaun, this would be his go-to drink. Sophisticated and spirit-forward, this manhattan-like cocktail gets a tinge of greenish color from chartreuse—a sweet herbal liqueur crafted by French monks. A dash of Jameson Irish Whiskey ensures the drink keeps an Irish pedigree.

  1. Green Chartreuse
  2. Dry Vermouth
  3. Irish Whiskey

Pour the contents of the Rejigger into a pint glass, along with ice. Shake well, then strain into a cocktail glass. Enjoy!

Cupid's Collins

A glass of champagne is romantic on its own. But mix it into a light, fizzy cocktail, and you’ve got a love potion as potent as a hit from Cupid’s arrow. In this adapted Collins recipe, we swap out the usual soda water for a pour of bubbly; fresh raspberries turn the final cocktail candy-heart pink.

  1. Simple Syrup
  2. Gin
  3. Lime Juice
  • 6-7 raspberries*
  • Champagne to top

Pour the contents of your Rejigger into a pint glass. Add the raspberries and muddle them thoroughly, until the drink turns a light pink. Add ice and shake, then strain through a fine mesh strainer into a Collins glass or champagne flute. Top off with champagne, prosecco, or another sparkling wine. You can also drop in a few raspberries for garnish!

*If you don’t want to deal with muddling fresh fruit, a spoonful of raspberry jam works here, too. Then, you can ditch the fine mesh strainer and use the Rejigger to strain as usual.

ReJigger Pisco Sour

Pisco itself is a brandy distilled from grape wine, common in both Peru and Chile. Both countries also claim the pisco sour as their country’s national drink. For the Rejigger version, we followed the traditional Peruvian recipe, which calls for slightly spicier Peruvian pisco as well as a sprinkling of bitters on top.

  1. Simple Syrup
  2. Pisco Porton
  3. Lime Juice
  • 1 egg white, bitters to taste
Pour the contents of your Rejigger into a pint glass, and add one egg white along with some ice. Shake vigorously, until the egg white gets frothy, then strain into a coupe or cocktail glass. Add one to three drops of bitters on top, if desired, then sip and enjoy. 

ReJigger Irish Coffee

Traditional Irish coffee contains nothing but whiskey and brown sugar, with a dollop of cream on top. But for the Rejigger version, we decided to fancy things up, adding Kahlua instead of sugar and replacing regular cream with the Bailey’s Irish variety. The result is a rich and boozy drink that could sustain any traveler through a long, cold wait for a trans-Atlantic flight..

  1. Bailey’s Irish Cream
  2. Jameson's Irish Whisky
  3. Kahlua
  • 8 oz. strong black coffee
Brew up a full cup of coffee, and pour it into a pint glass (you’re going to have more drink than the average coffee cup will hold). Pour the contents of the Rejigger into the glass slowly, so the Bailey’s doesn’t curdle. Once everything is mixed, pour it out into your chosen container—which could be a Irish whiskey glass with a handle, a tulip glass with a short and sturdy stem, or your favorite coffee mug. Enjoy!

The ReFigger

Fig jam adds just the right amount of sweetness and gives this cocktail some figgy goodness.

  1. Cointreau
  2. Vodka
  3. Lemon Juice
  • Fig jam

Add a tablespoon of fig jam to the pint glass before adding ice and the rest of your ingredients. Shake, strain, and enjoy.

The Cutie Crush

Crush up a couple of Cuties for this delicious rye cocktail!

  1. Conitreau
  2. Rye whiskey
  3. Lime juice
  • Muddled Cuties (clementine orange)
  • Spoonful of raspberry jam

Pour the Cointreau, rye and lime juice into the ReJigger.  Muddle one Cutie and add a spoonful of raspberry jam to a pint glass before filling it with ice.  Pour all your ingredients and shake until mixed and chilled.  Cheers!

The Raspberry Kiss

Raspberry jam gives this cocktail a kiss of sweetness.  Share this kiss with a loved one.

  1. Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur
  2. Rye whiskey
  3. Lemon juice
  • Spoonful of raspberry jam

Pour the ginger liqueur, rye and lemon juice into the ReJigger.  Add a spoonful of raspberry jam to a pint glass before filling it with ice.  Pour all your ingredients and shake until mixed and chilled.  Cheers!


The ReJiggered Hot Toddy

A Hot Toddy is the perfect way to warm up on a chilly day.

  1. Lemon juice
  2. Bourbon
  3. Honey syrup
  • Hot water

Pour the lemon juice, bourbon and honey syrup into the ReJigger.  Add all the ingredients to a mug.  Fill all 3 compartments of the ReJigger with hot water and pour into the mug.  Cheers!  More details.