six irish coffee cocktails

Vintage Coffee Cocktail by Gareth Lambe of Vintage Cocktail Club in Dublin, Ireland

Vintage Coffee Cocktail by Gareth Lambe of Vintage Cocktail Club in Dublin, Ireland

Every bar has coffee, whiskey, and cream—and combining them with a touch of brown sugar results in a mighty fine cocktail. The classic Irish coffee was invented in the 1940s on a cold winter’s night in Ireland’s Shannon Airport and brought to the U.S. by Stanton Delaplane, a travel writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, who worked with San Francisco’s Buena Vista Cafe to popularize the drink in the 1950s. Now, 60-ish years later, the quintessential winter warmer is going through another evolution, thanks to innovative bartenders … ~ Jessica Colley of Bon Appétit

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