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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

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“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

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"Irish Chill"

Cold Brew

Shot of Irish cream liqueur

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


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“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.”

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“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)