Even if i am not a big coffee drinker i love Irish Coffee, and it’s also great drinking cold, just harder to mix the sugar in.  You can always use honey as a substitute.

When it comes to Irish coffee there are some pretty strict rules out there on how to make it and how it is presented. I am sure that an Iced Irish Coffee is against the rules.  But also some folks say that the cream should not be whipped either, but really it is up to you how you want to drink it.

If you really want a simple way of making your iced coffee just use the new International Delight Iced Coffee that is available, it’s really easy and quick. They even have some great recipes here for you.

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Iced Irish Coffee

Yield: 1 serving

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

40ml (2 parts) Irish whiskey
80ml (4 parts) cold coffee OR International Delight Light Iced Coffee
30ml (1½ parts) fresh cream
1 tsp brown sugar or honey (If using International delight eliminate the sugar/honey)

Directions:

Mix the coffee, whiskey and sugar. Pour into glass and top with cream.

This can also be made hot, if so you heat the coffee, whiskey and sugar; do not boil. Pour into glass and top with cream; serve hot.

Adapted from: Wikipedia

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