Dirty Girl Scout

Dirty Girl Scout

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"This delightful cocktail was a hit at the country club where we had my cousin's bridal shower. As soon they tasted mine, everyone was up there ordering one from the bartender."


5 m servings
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  1. Pour the vodka, coffee liqueur, creme de menthe, and Irish cream into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a mint leaf to serve.
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  1. 14 Ratings


Wow! I'm so glad you ladies are enjoying the Dirty Girl Scout. It's too bad we don't all live in the same place, because we could have a DGS party! I read your reviews (thank you) and had a co...

ooh, this was great! It really suited its name, coz the drink was this awful murky green (fabulous). I was afraid the vodka would make it too alcohol-tasting but it didn't at all. It was really ...

Very good Christmas drink. I like it with an extra shot of the coffee liqueur in it. We did a taste test . . . one with Kahlua, and one with Durango. We liked the Durango coffee liqueur much ...

This was way too strong for me! And girl likes her liquor. I did use a "special" version of Kahlua though. So I will try again with the regular kind soon. But for now...wo nelly!

This was good but way too minty for my liking. I think I'm going to play around w/ this drink, perhaps reduced the creme de menthe, to 1/4 of an ounce (for the minty flavour) and add in 3/4 oun...

I used everything but the mint leaf, as I didn't have one. It's really not pretty to look at but it's pretty tasty.

Tastes EXACTLY like thin mints in a martini glass! YUM!

I used the clear 'creme de menthe'... didn't want the milky green appearance to scare anyone. (lol)

This was very strong! My second glass I opted for 2 oz. of Baileys. That helped even out the flavor. Overall a good drink...Definitely fitting for the 100 year anniversary of Girl Scouts!