irish coffee from an irish cailín

★★★★★ 3
a recipe by
Racquel Sweeney

My father could make you the niceness Irish coffee ever they was "the best!"(may God bless his soul).He would always say the secret to a good Irish coffee was = CREAM :Rich as an Irish brogue, Coffee: strong as a friendly hand shake , Sugar: sweet as the tongue of a rogue, Whiskey: smooth as the wit of the why don't you give your self a special treat, make yourself an Irish coffee sit back put on your slippers, and relax in front of a nice warm fire , on those long Winter nights....ENJOY :)

★★★★★ 3
serves 1
prep time 5 Min
method No-Cook or Other

Ingredients For irish coffee from an irish cailín

  • 1
    heat proof glass
  • 2 tsp
    brown sugar
  • freshly brewed coffee
  • 3/4 oz
    Irish whiskey (e.g. Jameson, John Powers, Bushmills)
  • lightly whip cream
  • a warm spoon

How To Make irish coffee from an irish cailín

  • 1
    Fill the glass you are using with very hot water, leave for 20 seconds so the glass is heated. Empty the water out.
  • 2
    Add 2 teaspoons of brown sugar, now add some coffee, (leave enough room at the top for the cream) and stir. As soon as the sugar is melted, add a generous measure of Irish whiskey ( I use Jameson) stir again, then wait to the brew to still.
  • 3
    Now take a hot teaspoon (stick the spoon in a cup of really hot water for 20 seconds approx ), and pour gently whipped fresh cream slowly over the back of the spoon.
  • 4
    NOTE = The cream should be "half whipped" i.e. not too stiff and not too liquid. A perfect Irish Coffee should look pretty... much like that other famous Irish drink - Guinness.. (*,*)