Irish Coffee

As much about whiskey as it is about coffee, Irish coffee is a mix of Irish whiskey, sugar, and hot coffee that gets topped with cream. The art of drinking it is to maintain the head of cream, consuming only small amounts of it as you drink the spiked coffee from below. Variations include substituting Bailey’s Irish Cream for whiskey, or replacing it altogether with a favorite spirit, such as Amaretto, flavored vodka, or even Kahlua.

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Whiskey Alley


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Simon Pearce Restaurant


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