OddFellows Is Serving 3 Irish Whiskey Ice Creams in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

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OddFellows Is Serving 3 Irish Whiskey Ice Creams in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

New York City’s OddFellows ice cream shop will serve three Irish whiskey ice creams until the end of April

OddFellows, the New York City ice cream shop that specializes in inventive flavors like extra virgin olive oil, miso cherry, and absinthe chocolate chip, is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day the right way — with plenty of Irish whiskey.

On Friday, March 11, OddFellows will introduce a flight of three Irish whiskey ice creams for $10.

The flavors include the Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee ice cream, made with Clontarf 1014 Irish Whiskey and modeled after the Irish coffee served at The Dead Rabbit, the award-winning Manhattan bar; the Knappogue Castle 12-Year-Old Single Malt Whiskey ice cream; and the Little Boo Boo Bakery burnt marshmallow ice cream, also featuring Knappogue Castle 12-Year-Old Single Malt Whiskey.

The Irish whiskey ice creams will be available at OddFellows until the end of April.

To try the whiskies on their own, you can visit Pouring Ribbons cocktail bar on Avenue B in Manhattan, where flights of Knappogue Castle single malt Irish whiskey feature the 12-, 14-, and 16-year-old whiskies for $27. The bar is also one of the only places in the world where you can try Knappogue Castle 1951, of which there are only 200 remaining bottles. A half-ounce pour will set you back $55, while one of the full bottles is priced at roughly $1,600. 

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