Iced Irish Coffee

Total Time
15 mins
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  1. Crush ice in a heavy-duty resealable plastic bag using a meat mallet.
  2. Combine sugar and hot water in a pitcher; stir until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Add coffee, whiskey, and chocolate syrup, stirring to blend.
  4. Fill serving glasses with crushed ice, then pour coffee mixture over the ice.
  5. Whip cream and sugar to soft peaks.
  6. Top each drink with a spoonful of cream and serve.
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5 5

Oh man, does this stuff pack a punch! I had made up the coffee earlier today - very, very strong as I know it gets diluted with the ice, and I just made up a 1 cup serving. It is delicious. I used Tullamore Dew whiskey that I brought back from Ireland a couple of weeks ago and it really was put to good use. I found the chocolate syrup made it plenty sweet for my liking and did not add any extra sugar. Definitely a 'special' Irish coffee with the addition of the chocolate syrup. Am loving every sip.

5 5

Yummm. Sitting outside on the deck drinking this is heavenly. I also used Baileys as that's all we had and I also Irish Cream Creamer instead of the sugar. Very good and almost a dessert.

5 5

I skipped the sugar and used Irish Cream whiskey (Baileys). Thanks!