Recipe and image c/o Tate & Lyle Sugars.
How To Make Iced Gaelic Coffee: Coffee & Irish Whisky.
Hello friends, Happy Irish Whiskey day. Hope you are having had a lovely week? Any fun plans today or are you working?
How To Make Iced Gaelic Coffee: Tuesday Treat
Fancy trying something a little different this week day?
So how about making an Iced Gaelic Coffee?
As it is International Irish Whiskey Day #IrishWhiskeyDay I though I would update this post in case you missed it a few years ago. Iced Gaelic Coffee anyone? Yum!!
A yummy treat for a week day or weekend treat. Or any night of the week really! Give this favourite tipple a makeover by serving it chilled!
This recipe would also be great to serve at any parties too. Ground coffee, sugar, Whiskey and double cream, how tasty!? Yum, yum!
How To Make Iced Gaelic Coffee:
Preparation: 10 minutes, plus chilling
3 tbsp ground coffee
400ml boiling water
4 tsp Tate & Lyle Demerara Sugar, plus extra, for sprinkling
4-6 tbsp Irish whiskey
100ml double cream
How To Make:
1. Firstly, brew the ground coffee in a jug or cafetiere with the boiling water and leave for 5 minutes.
Strain into a clean jug and stir in the 4tsp Tate & Lyle Demerara sugar. Leave to cool, then chill.
2. Stir the Irish whiskey into the chilled coffee and pour into 2 glasses.
3. Last but not least, whip the cream in a chilled bowl until it holds its shape, then spoon it on top of the drinks. Sprinkle with a little extra Demerara sugar, then serve.
Cook’s tip: For speed, you can use squirty cream from a can.
How To Make Iced Gaelic Coffee:
How To Make Iced Gaelic Coffee Recipe and image credits c/o: This recipe is made using Tate & Lyle Sugars, for more delicious recipes also visit Taste And Smile.
So what do you think about this recipe? Because I could just try one now!!
So do you like to mix coffee and Whiskey together? One to try out now or pin to your coffee/cocktail boards on Pinterest? What do you think? Fancy trying this Iced Gaelic Coffee?
As always share your thoughts in the comment box below and let me know if you get to try it. You might also like these other Drinks recipes.
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