Irish coffee is a familiar item that people would see in the menu list of coffee shops and has been among the preference for people since it mixes coffee, sugar, cream and whisky in one good hot drink for the body. Originally invented at Foynes by Mr. Joseph Sheridan it was conceived to be a warmer drink for the travelers who would find themselves in colder climates like that of the United States and Europe. Irish coffee was believed to hit the spot and has been brought out until today regardless of weather conditions for its unique mixture and blend.
Whiskey and wine may arouse the curiosity of minds, but surely, it has been a preferred coffee mixture today. Noticeable is that the cream would usually float above the coffee but due to its warmth, it melts and maintain its position on the upper part of the drink. A lot of manufacturers have taken up Irish coffee concoctions today such as Bailey�s and Kentucky coffee and has been common tag towards coffee to this day.
[tags]irish coffee, coffee brew, whiskey, baileys[/tags]
Originally posted on March 5, 2007 @ 12:39 pm