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Original Irish Coffee Recipe and Its History

Original Irish Coffee Recipe and Its History

Joe Sheridan had the right idea when he first combined a robust Irish whiskey with rich black coffee to create the Irish coffee cocktail in 1942. This hot drink has long been a favorite in Irish pubs with a popularity that may rival a great stout (as tough as that may be). Despite some common shortcuts, a great Irish coffee is not as simple as adding a shot of whiskey to a cup of coffee. No, this is a well-planned, carefully constructed coffee drink that should be mixed with the care of any modern latte or cappuccino. That said, it is actually quite easy. Follow the recipe, and you’ll discover why this classic is considered one of the best cocktails of all time. Irish coffee is a steaming cup of sweet, rich goodness that you will crave on a chilly evening and want to share with everyone you know. Ingredients 2 teaspoons ​brown sugar 4 ounces coffee Barista Joe’s Dark Roast Bagged or 1 Kcup (strong, rich; brewed, hot) 1 1/2 ounces ​Irish whiskey 1 ounce heavy cream (lightly whipped) Purchase the Dark Roast coffee here: Dark Roast Bagged Coffee

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