Everyone likes to have a hot drink, but why not add a little liveliness to your drink by turning it into a hot cocktail? Liquor-flavored coffee drinks became popular as more and more people enjoyed drinking Irish coffee.
Irish Coffee’s origins are attributed to Joe Sheridan, a young chef who works in a new restaurant at a European airport. The story was that Joe created the drink to warm passengers waiting for their flights. The drink, called “Irish Coffee” caught the attention of the American travel writer Stanton Delaplane, who passed her experiences on to a restaurateur in San Francisco – the owner of Buena Vista. When Buena Vista didn’t replicate the drink, they offered Joe a job.
Irish Coffee from Cask and Kettle
Fortunately, you don’t have to hire a chef to create the perfect Irish coffee. Barrel and kettle have perfected their Irish coffee recipe and made it available to you. Just drop a pod into your favorite Keurig-style brewery and enjoy a perfect cup of Irish coffee in seconds.
Do it yourself
With Cask and Kettle, you can create a perfect mug of 76 percent Irish coffee every time. However, every person has an individual taste. You can easily customize the taste of your hot cocktail by adding more hot water if you find your drink too spirited. You can also decrease the amount of water to increase the alcohol content. You can also make a cool Irish Coffee parfait by mixing your Cask and Kettle Irish Coffee with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup before topping it with whipped cream and your favorite nuts. The variety of flavors that you can come up with depends on your imagination.
Try the other flavors
If whiskey isn’t your thing, you can try the other hot cocktail flavors from Cask and Kettle. You can choose from vodka-based Spiked Dry Cider, Hot Blonde Coffee and Mint Patty Coffee. If tequila is your thing, the Mexican coffee flavor is for you.
REVIEW – We were able to serve these to our friends at a recent meeting and everyone was impressed. The favorites were the Spiked Dry Cider and Hot Blonde Coffee. Highly recommended. Barrel and kettle