ReJigger Irish Coffee January 23 2015
Traditional Irish coffee contains nothing but whiskey and brown sugar, with a dollop of cream on top. But for the Rejigger version, we decided to fancy things up, adding Kahlua instead of sugar and replacing regular cream with the Bailey’s Irish variety. The result is a rich and boozy drink that could sustain any traveler through a long, cold wait for a trans-Atlantic flight..
- Bailey’s Irish Cream
- Jameson's Irish Whisky
- 8 oz. strong black coffee
Brew up a full cup of coffee, and pour it into a pint glass (you’re going to have more drink than the average coffee cup will hold). Pour the contents of the Rejigger into the glass slowly, so the Bailey’s doesn’t curdle. Once everything is mixed, pour it out into your chosen container—which could be a Irish whiskey glass with a handle, a tulip glass with a short and sturdy stem, or your favorite coffee mug. Enjoy!