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.
This recipe is true to the classic Irish Coffee recipe.
This recipe is courtesy of KRUPS, the leader in coffee makers.
- 50 ml espresso
- 1 teaspoon light brown sugar
- 20 ml whiskey
- 20 ml single cream
- 1 In a saucepan, heat the whisky then incorporate the light brown sugar in order to dissolve it.
- 2 Pour the mixture into a glass and pour the espresso on top
- 3 Lightly whisk the cream and arrange it carefully on top of the drink.