You’ve probably heard of Irish coffee, but have you ever heard of a Dublin iced coffee? It takes all of the luxury and deliciousness of an Irish coffee, but puts it on ice! First invented by acclaimed bartender Erick Castro, the Dublin iced coffee is full of the rich and velvety flavours of Guinness, as well as the classic flavours of whiskey and coffee.
- 40ml Irish whiskey
- 20 ml simple syrup
- 60ml Guinness
- 60ml cold brew coffee
- 15ml heavy cream
- Grated cinnamon
- Make the cold brew coffee (steep 50g of coffee in 400ml of water overnight, then strain)
- Make the simple syrup (bring 250ml of water to a boil. Dissolve 130g of sugar in the water, stirring constantly. Once the sugar is dissolved completely, reduce the heat and cover. Allow it to simmer for about 5 to 10 minutes, and then remove from the heat. Allow the sugar syrup to cool completely and thicken, then bottle.)
- Add ice, cold brew coffee, Guinness, whiskey and simple syrup to highball glass
- Pour cream gently so it sinks into coffee and garnish with cinnamon.
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