As you will notice the flavour of this cocktail that combines delicious whiskey flavour will be enhanced by the deep aroma, and vibrant and sweet coffee notes that are representative of Mexico Real Arabica Coffee.
Dare to taste this lovely explosion of flavours!
Here we will present you the recipe of Irish Coffee prepared with Mexican Arabica Coffee that is very easy and fast to prepare.
Fill an Irish coffee glass with hot water to preheat, then empty the glass.
Pour hot coffee into hot glass until it is about ¾ full
Add 1 tablespoon of brown sugar stir until sugar is completely dissolved
Add 3 tablespoons of Irish Whiskey, and stir it well for proper taste and body
Top the glass with heavy cream, slightly whipped. Pour the cream gently over a spoon in order to make a top layer. Do not stir. Serve hot.
Your tasty drink is ready to enjoy with your mates!!!
This is the perfect drink to enjoy on a cold night or to cheer up your friends at a party or dinner. This easy to prepare Irish coffee recipe is much recommended if you want to impress your soul mate in a romantic dinner!
Mexico Real Coffee is a Specialty Coffee – Gourmet Mexican Coffee 100% Pure Arabica Altura Coffee (Cafe de Altura). Altura is the Finest Grade of Mexican Coffee Grown, Altura means “High-Grown”. Mexico Real Coffee was the only Mexican Coffee that Won 2 Stars in the Superior Taste Award by the iTQi. Our Coffee Beans are Artisan Roasted in Small Batches. Mexico Real Cafe Coffee is environmentally friendly farmed and free of pesticides. It grows wild in shade on volcanic soils in the most exotic tropical rainforests next to the coast and nurtured by sea breezes.
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