Some Irish Coffee Drinks

Posted by Eva Avenue on 7th Mar 2021

Some Irish Coffee Drinks

St. Patrick's Day is coming up, so we wanted to give our coffee-drinking community some libation inspiration. We don’t know where she originally got the recipe, but we’re calling this first one the Cold Brew Mar-Tina. Thanks Tina!

“Cold Brew Mar-Tina”

2 oz Sweetwater Cold Brew

2 oz vodka

½ oz simple syrup

1 oz coffee liqueur

Shake in shaker with ice

Strain into Martini glass


“A Classic Irish Coffee Recipe Tweaked From Jameson’s Website”

1/3 parts light brown/raw sugar syrup

1 part Jameson

1 part lightly whipped double cream

3 parts medium roasted The Daily Espresso (w/ notes of dark chocolate, tobacco, heavy smoke)

1 vanilla pod or cinnamon for garnish

Fresh grated nutmeg


"Irish Chill"

Cold Brew

Shot of Irish cream liqueur

(At Sweet Brewnette on Madeira Beach in St. Pete, FL)


“Old Skool In The Movie Theater”

“My friend and I would go to the matinee,” said decaf drinker Marcella from New Mexico, “and we would Sneak Bailey’s Irish Cream in our purse into the theater and we would order a coffee from the concession area and drink Irish coffee while we watched our movie.” She continued. “I love Irish coffee but I don’t like to drink anymore, I miss drinking them. Nothing non-alcoholic ever tastes like the real thing, but I don’t think it’s so critical for Irish coffee.”


“Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee”

⅔ cup strong black coffee

2 teaspoons light brown sugar

¼ teaspoon rum extract

½ cup heavy whipping cream

2 teaspoons cocoa powder, for garnish

(Use rum extract as an alternative to alcohol while retaining the taste)