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Make a REAL Irish Whiskey with Breve Coffee

Having an Irish heritage is good for one thing... Whiskey! Breve Coffee founders, Kevin Wiesehan and Holly McGoff will show you how to #throwdownIrishWhiskey!

Start with brewed Breve Coffee Original 95. Add #JamesonWhiskey, #Reddiwip cream, and brown sugar. Stir, and pour into an Irish glass coffee mug. Done!

Try our St. Patrick's Day Collection, featuring Butterscotch, Irish Cream, Hazelnut.Enjoy all of these flavors with the addition of #BaileysIrishCream, #JamesonWhiskey or with any cream.

But of course, drinking Breve coffee black is always an option. Our proprietary roasting process ensures our coffee never tastes sour or bitter. #BetterBeansBetterCoffee


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  1. Make heavy whipping cream (or substitute Redd whip from a can). use heavy whipping cream and whisk or froth in a bowl, add 1 tsp vanilla and 2 tsp powder sugar, place in refrigerator about 30 minutes.

  2. Brew Breve Coffee Double Strength by using double the amount of coffee grounds and half the amount of water than you usually use, which ever method you like to brew coffee. (for example: I use a chemex and normally use heaping 1/3 cup of breve coffee grounds and 2 1/2 cups hot water. So for this recipe I would use 2/3 cup or just round up to 1/2 cup of breve coffee grounds and about 1 1/2 cup hot water). this will make STRONG Breve Coffee

  3. In a glass coffee mug place 2 tbsp brown sugar or sugar in the raw, pour in 4 oz hot coffee and stir until dissolved.

  4. Add 2 oz Jameson Whiskey, or Your favorite whiskey

  5. Pour the fresh whip cream over the back of a spoon and layer on top of the coffee (or cheat and use reddi whip from a can)

  6. add cinnamon sprinkles if desired

As a side note, my Irish father passed away in August, 2020. My siblings and mom have started a tradition of visiting him at the JB Barracks Cemetery on Christmas Eve and enjoying an Irish Coffee in his honor. He loved to visit a famous restaurant in San Francisco called Buena Vista where they serve thousands of Irish Coffees each day. Visit The Buena Vista Cafe at this link:


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