How To Make The Perfect Irish Coffee

I have always wondered how you make Irish Coffee; it is not something I have ever tried. So this weekend I decided to give it a go. I can not believe how ridiculously easy it is.

You will need;

Coffee, I used Cherizena Christmas Coffee, A Colombian medium roast coffee infused with Jamaican rum, nuts, citrus and spices.

3 Tablespoons Irish whiskey, I used Wild Geese Irish whiskey, which is lovely with a light sweet and fruity taste.

Double Cream

1 teaspoon of brown sugar.

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Firstly pour the coffee and fill the glass about 2/3rd’s full

Mix in the sugar and whiskey

Then pour the cream over the back of a spoon, at first it look’s like it is going to curdle but be patient, in a moment or two it starts to settle and look like an Irish coffee.

 

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Serve with home-made gingerbread biscuits and candy canes. Perfect for a cozy winters afternoon by the log burning stove. Can you believe how easy this is, I can’t wait to impress friends next time they come for dinner by serving amazing after dinner Irish coffee.

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This post was produced in collaboration with Cherizena Coffee and Wild Geese Irish whiskey.

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9 Comments

  1. 25th November 2014 / 9:27 am

    Ah love an Irish coffee – will have to try making one of these – they look great! #TriedTested

    • SarahJChristie
      SarahJChristie
      Author
      25th November 2014 / 7:46 pm

      Hi Louise, it is so easy to make x

  2. 25th November 2014 / 4:15 pm

    I love, love, love Irish coffee. This would be my perfect after dinner drink, will definitely try the Christmas coffee.
    #triedtested

    • SarahJChristie
      SarahJChristie
      Author
      25th November 2014 / 7:46 pm

      The Christmas Coffee is fab Lorraine, same here I love Irish Coffee it feels like such a treat with all the cream on top x

  3. 25th November 2014 / 5:39 pm

    Yum! I love Irish coffee…..I always thought there was more to making it then that! Lovely cups x

    • SarahJChristie
      SarahJChristie
      Author
      25th November 2014 / 7:44 pm

      Yes so did I Kim I can’t believe how easy it was x

  4. 25th November 2014 / 9:19 pm

    I learned to make Irish coffee in my mid teens when I was a waitress – I’m not sure I could still do it now!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

    • SarahJChristie
      SarahJChristie
      Author
      26th November 2014 / 12:21 pm

      Thanks Colette, I bet you could I can’t believe how easy it is, and so tasty #TriedTested x

  5. 26th November 2014 / 11:45 am

    Looks lovely – I have never actually made an Irish coffee at home! Will have to have some over Xmas #triedandtested

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