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Jolly Rancher Infused Vodka ‘Cause No Good Story Starts by Eating Salad

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In much the same way we celebrate Mardi Gras and any other special day that didn’t necessarily originate in Texas, we also like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Generally, we indulge in some traditional Irish meals, take in a parade or two, and sometimes we turn the San Antonio River Walk area green from tip to toe (literally). To make even more fun out of the occasion, there are also green drinks we’ve been known to imbibe, not the least of which will be this little doozy. Jolly Rancher infused vodka in Sour Apple is the green treat you’ve been waiting for.

Shared on the Mix That Drink website, this drink is where childhood and adulthood collide according to the tutorial. And you read that right. This isn’t a drink you’ll simply get by dropping a couple of candies in a glass of vodka. This takes some time and a modicum of effort, so get prepared in advance if you’re looking to indulge on March 17. The results are said to be fabulous – both tasty and not too hard on the eyes. You know, kind of like that delivery driver that brought the last Amazon package to your door… But we digress. They say it takes 12 to 14 hours for a batch of the Jolly Rancher infused vodka to come about with minimal effort. For the sake of a great St. Patrick’s Day, a beautiful Instagram stream about St. Patrick’s Day, and the likelihood that you won’t remember much about St. Patrick’s Day, would you try it?

JOLLY RANCHER INFUSED VODKA

Jolly Rancher Infused Vodka: Colorful Fuel for Epic Stories

Key items needed to make this delicious concoction include:

Jolly Rancher Candies

Vodka

Flasks

Funnel

MixThatDrink.com provides all of the step-by-step instructions on preparing Jolly Rancher infused vodka in Sour Apple and any other flavor you might like. Key here is the green color we’re going for in the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Truthfully, you might simply like the other colors and want to make one for each upcoming holiday that requires you to toast to someone’s good health or happiness – who knows! Anything that involves vodka and celebrating something can’t be all that bad, can it? Cheers to getting the luck of the Irish in the coming months, clinking our glasses to future good fortune, and becoming as jolly as a leprechaun. Or at the very least, experiencing some “jolly” from this drink!