Irish coffee recipe perfect for St Patrick’s Day

An Irish coffee is the perfect treat to enjoy on St Patrick’s Day.

You only need four ingredients and it’s a great after dinner option for those who have a sweet tooth.

The Spruce Eats have shared a recipe created in Ireland in the early 1940s by Joe Sheridan, a chef at Foynes Port near Limerick.

Choose a good quality Irish whiskey and give this Irish favourite a try to celebrate St Patrick’s Day at home.

Ingredients

1 to 2 teaspoons brown sugar (to taste)

4 ounces coffee (strong, rich, hot)

1 1/2 ounces Irish whiskey

1 ounce heavy cream

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The ‘Just Right’ Irish Coffee Recipe To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

What’s better than an Irish coffee on a brisk St. Patrick’s Day?

You may have a point if you say corned beef and cabbage, soda bread or a Guinness, but, if you’re in the mood, The Dead Rabbit pub in Manhattan may have the perfect Irish coffee recipe for you.

The Dead Rabbit claims to have gotten the recipe “just right” and even sells to New York area residents a mail-order Irish coffee kit with

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With Decentralized Management, Odd Meter Coffee Dances to Its Own BeatDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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At Odd Meter Coffee Co. in Salem, Massachusetts. All images courtesy of Odd Meter.

Odd Meter Coffee strives never to miss a beat when it comes to quality coffee and service, though its managerial model freely steps off the beaten path.

Partners and Odd Meter Co-Founders Eric Moers and Angelica Chayes, who opened the cozy Salem, Massachusetts, coffee shop in January, eschew the traditional top-down, boss-to-underling structure in favor of an environment that is more collaborative and equitable.

Chayes told Daily Coffee News that while the concept of the shop has been stewing for years, the concrete steps to organize

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Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen Finds a Destination in Arlington, VADaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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At the new Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen in the Westpost (formerly known as Pentagon Row) in Arlington’s Pentagon City neighborhood. All images courtesy of Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen.

An end point for fresh, high-quality coffee and cuisine called Origin Coffee Lab & Kitchen has opened its 2,000-square-foot roastery cafe in Arlington, Virginia.

Exposed brick walls and the active production roastery provide an industrial vibe that is augmented by the Carrara marble-topped, pine-fronted bar, putting focus on the drinks and food being served at the Pentagon City spot, which formerly housed a Starbucks.

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Inside Roast Magazine’s March/April 2021 Issue (Now Shipping)Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

MarchApril2021The March/April 2021 issue of Roast is out now. It features articles on a new wave of startup roasters, a history of Black Brazilians in coffee, and the second installment of an exploration on how the concept of specialty coffee is evolving.

Columns cover adaptive capacity and how it can help coffee farmers address a changing climate, and a look at the rise of specialty instant coffee.

Subscribe to the print edition of Roast to receive upcoming issues, or purchase the print version of the March/April issue. Roast print subscribers also receive complimentary digital access to the issue.

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