Definition of Irish coffee

1. Noun. Sweetened coffee with Irish whiskey and whipped cream.

Terms within: Irish, Irish Whiskey, Irish Whisky
Generic synonyms: Coffee, Java

Definition of Irish coffee

1. Noun. Coffee with a dash of whiskey, topped with whipped cream ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Irish Coffee

Iris xiphium
Irish
IrishE
Irish English
Irish Free State
Irish Gaelic
Irish National Liberation Army
Irish Republican Army
Irish Sea
Irish Sign Language
Irish Wolfhound
Irish Wolfhounds
Irish bull
Irish burgoo
Irish capital
Irish coffee (current term)
Irish coffees
Irish confetti
Irish cream
Irish flute
Irish flutes
Irish gorse
Irish hobbies
Irish hobby
Irish joke
Irish jokes
Irish monetary unit
Irish moss
Irish moss gelatin
Irish pennant

Literary usage of Irish coffee

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Conservation Laws by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"I Irish coffee example 4 ... You make a cup of Irish coffee out of 300 g of coffee at 100 °C and 30 g of pure ethyl alcohol at 20 °C. One Joule is enough ..."

2. Ireland by Martin Gostelow (2001)
"Even those who don't drink whiskey may enjoy it in an Irish coffee. To make one. put a measure of Irish in a large wine glass, add brown sugar and hot black ..."

3. The Charm of Ireland by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1914)
"The tea is good, though strong, and it seems somehow to suit the climate; but one sip of Irish coffee will be enough for most people. ..."

4. The Charm of Ireland by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1914)
"The tea is good, though strong, and it seems somehow to suit the climate; but one sip of Irish coffee will be enough for most people. ..."

5. Eat Your Food! Gastronomical Glory from Garden to Gut: A Coastalfields ...by Aaron Brachfeld, Aaron Brachfeld and Mary Choate, Mary Choate by Aaron Brachfeld, Aaron Brachfeld and Mary Choate, Mary Choate (2007)
"Some disreputable Arabs also were known to mix opium or hashish into their coffee (similar to the European custom of "Irish" coffee: coffee with alcohol). ..."

6. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Bernard Frost (2000)
"The second level is a good place to hang out with an Irish coffee and start writing that long-overdue screenplay. Most of the food is vegetarian, ..."

7. The Jews of South Carolina: From the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Barnett Abraham Elzas (1905)
"He was then the proprietor of the "Irish coffee House" on Broad Street.40 Jacob Olivera was a merchant of means. His daughter Leah married Joseph Tobias. ..."

8. Conservation Laws by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"I Irish coffee example 4 ... You make a cup of Irish coffee out of 300 g of coffee at 100 °C and 30 g of pure ethyl alcohol at 20 °C. One Joule is enough ..."

9. Ireland by Martin Gostelow (2001)
"Even those who don't drink whiskey may enjoy it in an Irish coffee. To make one. put a measure of Irish in a large wine glass, add brown sugar and hot black ..."

10. The Charm of Ireland by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1914)
"The tea is good, though strong, and it seems somehow to suit the climate; but one sip of Irish coffee will be enough for most people. ..."

11. The Charm of Ireland by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1914)
"The tea is good, though strong, and it seems somehow to suit the climate; but one sip of Irish coffee will be enough for most people. ..."

12. Eat Your Food! Gastronomical Glory from Garden to Gut: A Coastalfields ...by Aaron Brachfeld, Aaron Brachfeld and Mary Choate, Mary Choate by Aaron Brachfeld, Aaron Brachfeld and Mary Choate, Mary Choate (2007)
"Some disreputable Arabs also were known to mix opium or hashish into their coffee (similar to the European custom of "Irish" coffee: coffee with alcohol). ..."

13. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Bernard Frost (2000)
"The second level is a good place to hang out with an Irish coffee and start writing that long-overdue screenplay. Most of the food is vegetarian, ..."

14. The Jews of South Carolina: From the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Barnett Abraham Elzas (1905)
"He was then the proprietor of the "Irish coffee House" on Broad Street.40 Jacob Olivera was a merchant of means. His daughter Leah married Joseph Tobias. ..."

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