Nice drink. Made as directed. We enjoyed this as an after dinner drink. Thanks FT. Made for Aussie Swap.
Lovely Irish coffee. This was so good I had to make it twice just to be sure. :wink: The photo does not do it justice as I had a low battery and it kept blinking at me. Thanks Karen for a great treat.
Wow, what a wonderful indulgent treat! I have always believed that Irish Coffee had to include Baileys, so it was enlightening to try this authentic version. Thanks French Tart for this super treat, and for all your work with the Everyday is a Holiday tag game.
Totally delightful! Served with Easter cookies for a Holiday treat--along with the your story of its origin. Thanks for a great recipe!
This is the best! A funny story -- in 1956, when I was 3 1/2, my mother, little brother, and I flew from New York to Frankfurt to meet my dad. The flight was horrible (mechanical problems, turbulence, and a hyperactive 3 year old -- me), so when the plane landed at Shannon for refueling, my mother got off to get an Irish Coffee at Sheridan's -- and missed the plane's take-off to resume the flight to Germany. We caught the next one, but my mother figured she might as well have another, so was very relaxed while waiting for the next plane! Meanwhile, we enjoyed giggling over her cream mustache, so everyone was in a pretty good mood for the last leg of the flight.
Photo Tag 2008 ~ This was sublime! I used an Irish single malt whiskey for this and it was tasty and smooth. Will definitely be making this again and again.... ;) Thanks FT!