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6. Add the coffee to about a 1/2 inch (15 mm) from the top of the glass. Stir the sugar and whiskey mix as you go. Don't forget to leave room for the cream.

from Real Simple

How to Make Irish Coffee—in 4 Simple Steps

Because the recipe is so elemental, it pays to use the best coffee and cream you can find—you will be able to taste the difference. Whip the cream softly so it sits in the glass in soft peaks. And as for that shot of whiskey? Any blended Irish whiskey—like Tullamore DEW, Redbreast, or the classic, Jameson—should do the trick nicely.

British breakfasts infographic. The differences between a full English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish breakfast.

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On The Menu: St. Patrick’s Day

Irish Coffee Recipe -- all you need are 3 basic ingredients for this simple warm drink |

8. Serve. Although optional, it can be extra delicious to top off the Irish coffee with a favourite chocolate. Try breaking or crumbling in a chocolate bar such as a Flake, Andes mint chocolate, or other favorite chocolate bar.

from Bake Love Give

Baileys irish coffee caramels

The very idea of this makes my mouth water. Bailey's Irish coffee caramels -


Irish Cream and Coffee Cookies

Irish Cream and Coffee Cookies - Coffee-flavored sugar cookies are topped with an Irish cream Italian meringue buttercream, transforming all of the flavors of the typical warm coffee cocktail into the perfect cookie.

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How to Make Irish Coffee

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Famous Irish Coffee from the Buena Vista in San Francisco

"Pipin hot coffee and beers as cold as your ex's heart," ign at a cafe in Dublin, Ireland