A mug of Irish coffee takes the chill out of a brutal winter night. These easy recipes for vanilla, cinnamon, and almond drinks create new twists on Irish coffee.See Popular Irish Coffee Recipes
Want to add a kick to your hot brewed coffee? Add Irish whiskey, simple syrup and unsweetened cream to a coffee cup. Stir the mixture and serve warm for a pick-me-up that pairs well with a dessert menu.
Propping your elbows on a well-worn bar at an Irish pub and sipping a glass mug of Irish coffee to the strains of the Chieftains warbling from the juke box is a pretty pleasant way to pass an evening, we'll give you that. The classic combination of hot black coffee, a shot of Irish whiskey, brown sugar, and frothy whipped cream on top is a soothing, warming libation best enjoyed in the company of good mates. But those good mates can be friends at home, and the Irish coffee a simple way to toast St.
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This cold-weather drink brings together two favorite Christmas flavors--Irish coffee and eggnog.
Irish Coffee was originally created by an Irish chef/barman as a warm and welcoming drink for the first American tourists who arrived in Ireland via transatlantic passenger airplanes.
St. Patrick's Day is a great excuse to entertain--it's a convivial holiday, and most people are in the mood to celebrate. But don't rely on leprechaun hats and shamrock tablecloths to jump-start the party.
Celebrate your Celtic roots (everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day!) by discovering a bevy of Irish recipes.
Would you sell your soul for a stronger cup of coffee? Are you just dying for some java with a little more juice? Somebody let Charles Bronson know that Death Wish Coffee is now available for anyone looking for a heavy dose of killer caffeine.
When Christmas cookies carry the name Irish Creme Delights, we kind of expect something fun. Something that might make us a little tipsy. Is that fair? Sure enough, there's coffee liqueur in these babies -- these beautiful babies -- but don't expect too much of a kick. I mean, how much trouble can you get in with just a tablespoon of booze? (And if even that's too much, just substitute a tablespoon of instant espresso coffee powder.) No, the real reason to make these Irish Creme Delights is that they're such elegant little things -- so cool andread more
Is your Starbucks spending habit--like ours--already totally out of control? Sorry to tell you this, coffee lovers, but more money trouble may be brewing. Reuters reports the java joint is upping the price of its tall coffees and lattes by 10 cents in the Northeast and Sunbelt.
Skip the lines and save yourself some time and money by making these simple coffeehouse favorites at home!
If you've ever had a steaming bowl of lamb stew or a hearty plate of corned beef and cabbage at an Irish pub, it's likely your meal was served with soda bread. Soda bread, as the name implies, is a type of quick bread that bakes up with a crunchy, golden brown exterior and a surprisingly moist, dense interior. The secret to the bread's unique texture?
Your day is not going particularly well. You're in a funk. You could use a double hit of espresso, so you pop into your nearest Starbucks only to be told by a smiling barista to "have a nice day." And all you want to say is: "Mind your own business." Not to mention: "Step on it!" You need that cuppa NOW. In the future, you might not ever have to talk to a barista again. According to Quartz, a startup called Briggo has created a robotic coffee shop that allows customers to order a whole slew of customizedread more
Chocolate desserts designed to delight for Valentine's Day. Chocolate dessert ideas range from hot to cold, decadent to healthy, and easy to complex.
Enjoy better brunch recipes at home with these perfect-for-lingering morning meals.