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Irish Coffee

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The origins of Irish Coffee can be traced back to the 1940s in Ireland. According to legend, it was invented by a bartender at the Foynes Airport near Limerick, who created the drink to warm up passengers who had just arrived on a transatlantic flight. The drink became popular in the United States in the 1950s, and has since become a classic cocktail enjoyed around the world.

Irish coffee can be made with any type of coffee, but a dark roast or espresso is usually preferred to provide a strong and rich flavor that can stand up to the whiskey. The whiskey used in Irish coffee is typically Irish whiskey, but any whiskey can be used if desired. Overall, Irish coffee is a delicious and comforting cocktail that is perfect for coffee and whiskey lovers alike.


      • 1 1/2 oz. Irish Whiskey
      • 1/4 oz. Demerara Syrup
      • Hot fresh Brewed Coffee


        • Whipped Cream


          1. Add Irish Whiskey and Demerara sugar syrup to an Irish coffee mug
          2. Fill with hot coffee
          3. Top with with about an inch of whipped cream

        Make it

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