Recipe by RUMOUR
"The best after-dinner drink! Just use Irish Cream instead of cream and sugar - how easy is that?!"
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strong brewed coffee
1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
Irish cream liqueur
One Friday evening after a particularly trying work week, I made this. I altered the recipe slightly; I added a whipped cream and a couple of swipes of nutmeg across my grater. The effect was multidimensional. The mug was warm in my hands, the heady aroma of nutmeg assailed my nose, the cloud of whipped cream was silky on my lips, and then the velvety taste of the coffee and Baileys slid across my pallet. An immediate AHHHH reponse came over me, and all was right with the world once again. Love this!
this is a good coffee drink. It is not Irish Coffee.
My husband & I can't wait for the Holidays because it's the only time I will let him buy Bailey's. Now it's just not the Holidays until the Bailey's has been cracked open!
This is our Thanksgiving and Christmas morning drink. My husband's parents always had this on those mornings, now so do my husband and I. It buffers the
chaos of those mornings. ;)
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh......after a long day dealing with 2 teenage boys, this is just what the doctor ordered! It's also good on those "mornings after" for all of us who can't stomach beer remedies.
Delicious - when I am on vacation, I begin most mornings with one of these. Didn't really consider it a "recipe," but if seeing it here will encourage more people to try it that's good :) I first tried this on a vacation to St. Thomas, USVI and had it every morning of vacation thereafter. Bailey's was pretty much the standard coffee creamer for my family and friends living on the island :) Now this drink always reminds me of that place. It takes me away.... :)
All my life I hated coffee,til my friend made me one of these. Now I LOVE coffee.
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