Just in time for another arctic blast, Irish Coffee to the rescue. According to Mobile Cuisine, this drink was created by an Irish chef to warm the passengers of a delayed flight to Newfoundland. In the original recipe, Irish Whiskey was added to regular brewed coffee.
No matter how it came to be, it’s become a perennial favorite, especially in cold weather. As I look at snow coming down outside, here are some Irish Coffee recipes to warm you up.
Our chef created this version of Classic Irish Coffee, which stays true to Chef Joe Sheridan’s original recipe from the Shannon International Airport in Ireland.
A take on the traditional Irish Coffee, this Whiskey Irish Coffee is made with Teeling Small Batch Whiskey, orange zested cream and a house-made Spiced Stout Syrup. Recipe courtesy of Teeling Whiskey.
Irish Coffee has remained a popular warm and welcoming beverage since 1942 when it became the official welcoming beverage at The Shannon International Airport. Today, it can be commonly found in most places that serve alcoholic beverages. Recipe courtesy of KRUPS.
From the kitchens of The Food Channel a recipe to create your own Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur. Perfect in coffee, on the rocks, or a decadent cheese cake.
Remember to enjoy responsibly. If you’re celebrating away from home and find yourself lit brighter than a shamrock, use a designated driver or cab.