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PostSubject: Irish Coffee-   Irish Coffee- EmptyTue Oct 02, 2012 3:45 am


75 Ml (3fl Oz) Double Cream, well chilled
2 Tbsp Light Muscovado Sugar
2 Tbsp Whiskey
2 Tbsp Baileys
2 Tbsp Kahúla, coffee liqueur
300 Ml (11fl Oz) Freshly Brewed
Piping Hot Espresso Coffee
Pinch of Freshly Grated Nutmeg, to decorate

Heat the glasses if you can be bothered (to keep the coffee hot for longer), by pouring boiling water over them from a kettle, and turning them carefully so that they do not crack. Or you could take glasses straight from the dishwasher while still piping hot.
Place the cream in a bowl and whip lightly, then chill until needed. Heat a small, heavy-based frying pan over a medium heat. Sprinkle the sugar over the base of the frying pan and heat for 1 minute, without stirring - the sugar will caramelize.
Pour in the whiskey and quickly light with a match or flambé - the sugar will seize and harden, but don't worry as it will melt again once the flames die down. Stir in the Baileys and Kahúla and cook over a high heat for 3-4 minutes until smooth, stirring constantly to help the sugar dissolve.
Divide the alcohol mixture between two hefty, thick-stemmed glasses, (both about 250ml/9fl oz in capacity) and then carefully pour in the coffee.
Then, over the back of a metal spoon, carefully pour a layer of cream on top (the spoon trick really is worth doing as it helps prevent the cream from sinking). Add a tiny grating of nutmeg and serve at once


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