Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

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byCreated by the team at O'Neill's Pub & Kitchen

of Dublin

Just a few steps away from the glamorous shopping of Dublin's Grafton Street, and the historic site of Trinity College, sits one of our most tradition Read More
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Prep Time

10 Minutes

Cooking Time

Less than 5 Minutes

Serves

1-2 People

Ingredients

  • Boiling Water
  • 35.5ml of The Whistler 7 years, Single Malt Whiskey
  • 2 Sachets of Gem Brown Sugar
  • Hot Black Coffee
  • Whipped Irish Cream
  • Powdered Cocoa for garnish

Method

First heat the glass with boiling water and let it sit for 2 minutes. Then pour the hot water out and add 35.5ml of The Whistler, 7 year, Single Malt Whiskey.

Add 2 sachets of gem brown sugar.

Top up with black coffee while stirring the contents to mix the sugar in. Continue to stir until all sugar is dissolved.

After the coffee has settled down add whipped Irish cream on top.

Garnish with shamrock, coffee beans or powdered cocoa. Drink and enjoy!

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