Iced Irish Coffee

Iced Irish Coffee created by Rita1652

Delicious!!! From Cuisine at Home

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  • Crush ice in a heavy-duty resealable plastic bag using a meat mallet.
  • Combine sugar and hot water in a pitcher; stir until sugar is dissolved.
  • Add coffee, whiskey, and chocolate syrup, stirring to blend.
  • Fill serving glasses with crushed ice, then pour coffee mixture over the ice.
  • Whip cream and sugar to soft peaks.
  • Top each drink with a spoonful of cream and serve.
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  1. evelynathens
    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.
  2. Auntie Jan
    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.
  3. Auntie Jan
    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.
  4. Rita1652
    Iced Irish Coffee Created by Rita1652
  5. Rita1652
    I skipped the sugar and used Irish Cream whiskey (Baileys). Thanks!
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