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  • Joe Chetcuti
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    On Post 4 of this thread, the newspaper clipping said that whipped cream is used, so I just went with that. Maybe the web site of the Buena Vista will inform us of their recipe.

    When I tasted the drink at the cafe, it seemed like some sort of whipped cream was at the top.

    UPDATE: I just checked their web site. The Buena Vista uses "heavy cream, lightly whipped".

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Joe Chetcuti View Post
    The tough part about making a good Irish Coffee is getting the whipped cream to stay afloat and not quickly sink into the drink.
    That's right, Joe. So many places get it wrong. It should look like a well-poured Guinness.

    Edit: Should the cream be whipped?

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  • Joe Chetcuti
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    The tough part about making a good Irish Coffee is getting the whipped cream to stay afloat and not quickly sink into the drink.

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  • Sam Flynn
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    Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
    Like Welsh rabbit, a Birmingham screwdriver or Bombay duck?
    I really miss Bombay Duck. Loved the stuff.

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  • Sam Flynn
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    Originally posted by Caroline Brown View Post
    I always thought an Irish coffee was a cup of tea.
    That would be a Cap o'Cino (alternatively, an o'Spresso)

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Caroline Brown View Post
    I always thought an Irish coffee was a cup of tea.

    I'll get me coat.

    Like Welsh rabbit, a Birmingham screwdriver or Bombay duck?

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Try Cointreau instead of whiskey. Delish!

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  • Caroline Brown
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    I always thought an Irish coffee was a cup of tea.

    I'll get me coat.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    A very tasteful name. What's next? A 9/11 burger? A Manchester Arena meringue? I wonder how well this delicacy would go down in the coffee shops of Omagh?

    This is from 1956:

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  • Sam Flynn
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    Irish "Car Bomb" rolls? I hope the buns have better taste than their name.

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  • Joe Chetcuti
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    I had a cinnamon roll this morning at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, then I walked into a historic cafe called the Buena Vista. It's right at the end of the cable car line in the city.

    I ordered myself their specialty. Irish Coffee. You could go on youtube and watch their bartender create twenty of these great drinks right before yours eyes.

    For years I've heard the locals say that Irish Coffee originated at the Buena Vista and that it's really an American invention. But after checking with the bar's web site, I see that in 1952, they began serving this drink in an attempt to duplicate a similar Irish Coffee that was being served at the Shannon Airport in Ireland.

    Cinnamon rolls and Irish Coffee. Yes, that's the Breakfast of Champions.

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    started a topic Irish Car Bomb cinnamon rolls

    Irish Car Bomb cinnamon rolls

    With Chocolate Guinness dough, Jameson sugar filling and Bailey's cream cheese frosting, it is a marriage made in St Patrick's Day heaven.
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