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Polar Bear
Type Mixed drink shooter/drink shot
Primary alcohol by volume
Served blended, on the rocks or neat
Classic Polar Bear recipe at
Polar Bear recipe at CocktailDB

A Polar Bear, After Eight or Peppermint Paddy (a play on Peppermint Pattie) is a mint chocolate cocktail that tastes like a York Peppermint Pattie or an After Eight wafer. It is usually made from crème de cacao and peppermint schnapps, although crème de menthe is a popular substitute.



Polar Bear is usually served cold in a shot glass. The typical ingredients are:

One popular recipe involves shaking all ingredients with crushed ice and serving in a shot glass with a mint leaf as garnish.[1] The drink can also be served in a shot glass without ice, or "on the rocks" in a rocks glass.


  • Polar Bear #2, made with 3 oz Vodka, 1 oz Blue Curacao and 7-up soda.[2]
  • Polar Bear #3, an alternate version made with 3 oz Vodka, 1 oz lime juice and 7-up[3]
  • Polar Bear #4, Polar Bear using creme de cacao and creme de menthe. This can either be layered or made in a cocktail shaker[4]
  • Polar Bear Cooler, using 2 oz Dark rum, 1 oz red vermouth, 1 oz lime juice, 1/2 orange juice, and 3 1/2 oz 7-up. Pour into a collins glass filled with broken ice and add a spiral of lemon. Garnish with an orange wedge and cherry. Serve with straws[5].
  • Polar Bear in a Blizzard, made with 1 oz. white chocolate cream liqueur, 1 oz. peppermint schnapps liqueur, and 1 oz. vodka

See also


  1. ^ Classic Polar Bear recipe
  2. ^ Polar Bear recipe using Vodka, Blue Curacao, and 7-up
  3. ^ Polar Bear using Vodka, lime juice, and 7-up
  4. ^ Polar Bear recipe using creme de cacao and creme de menthe
  5. ^ Polar Bear Cooler using dark rum, red vermouth, lime juice, orange juice and 7-up

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