Irish coffee version 2.0 / Café Irlandes version 2.0 ☕🥃

Hello everyone...

I hope you are having a very excellent and beautiful day and an amazing start to the week...

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In today's post, I wanted to share a 2.0 version of one of my favorite coffee recipes, Irish coffee. Since I had on hand the necessary ingredients to have a complete experience of flavors and I loved the result.

In one of my first publications in this community, the Irish coffee recipe was the one I shared, since I love it so much because it is not something you drink every day and you have to be of legal age to try it (so the barista doesn't go to jail).

And since the coffee shops in my city don't serve Irish coffee due to legal issues, I decided to make it at home, and at that time I only used American coffee and whiskey, the measures were 50ml of whiskey and 100ml of coffee. But this one I made was a variant with the few ingredients I had and as the original recipe also has milk or whipped cream, I needed a second chance to try it as the recipe says.

And since in the weekly grocery shopping we found a very good quality powdered milk, I decided it was the perfect time to try this recipe as it is and thus improve the one I had tried, besides being able to make a coffee with an incredible flavor and that allows you to go to work without being dizzy haha.

So I got to work, and for this recipe, I needed approximately the same measurements:

  • 100ml of American coffee (without sugar).

  • 50 ml of whiskey.

  • Vanilla to taste.

  • 100 ml of milk.

So I put water to boil and after it boiled I added the coffee and lowered the flame to release the coffee flavor completely, something that I found extremely interesting was the publication of @justbabybee about the exact measures that coffee should have to have a balanced and exquisite flavor, so I tried to follow it and the result was much better than all my previous attempts since the coffee flavor was smooth but pleasant at the same time without being so loaded.

While the water was boiling with the coffee, I made the milk in a small cup and as I wanted thick milk I used little water and 4 spoonfuls of powdered milk so that it resembled the cream of milk that Irish coffee has.

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And when it was ready I proceeded to prepare the coffee cup, and added the 50ml of whiskey and a little vanilla essence, it was fun to see how the whiskey and vanilla liquids don't get along and try to fight when they are together in the cup haha. I then poured the brewed coffee into the cup along with the milk and mixed them until it looked a very beautiful beige color as if the blend had been perfect.

The taste was also very pleasant to the palate, as the bitter taste of the whiskey was appeased by the milk, and the characteristic smell of whiskey that is woody or rustic was perfectly balanced with the sweet smell of vanilla combined very well.

Also, I did not feel dizzy when I tasted this coffee, and even though it has been almost an hour since I drank it, I am still totally conscious of myself and I do not see blurry haha.

I liked to repeat this recipe and improve it with some added things, plus it made me remember my first days in this community and it's amazing how fast time goes by, it's been 4 months since I started posting consistently and constantly, and I do feel that I have learned a lot more about coffee or how to talk about places and experiences that include coffee.

What about you? have you tried to improve a recipe you made a long time ago? let me know in the comments. Thank you very much for reading, I hope you have a great day and an amazing week where you can achieve all your goals and dreams.




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Hola a todos...

Espero que esten teniedo un muy excelente y hermoso dia y un increible inicio de semana...

En la publicacion de hoy queria cmpartir una version 2.0 de una de mis recetas favoritas de cafe, el cafe irlandes. Ya que tenia ala mano los ingredientes necesarios para tener una experiencia completa de sabores y me encanto mucho el resultado.

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En una de mis primeras publicaciones en esta comunidad, la receta del cafe irlandes fue la que comparti, ya que me encanta mucho porque no es algo que tomas todos los dias y tienes que tener mayoria de edad para probarla (para que el barista no vaya a la carcel).

Y como en las cafeterias de mi ciudad no sirven el cafe irlandes por cuestiones legales, decidi hacerlo en casa y en aquel momento unicamente use cafe americano y whiskey, las medidas fueron 50ml de whiskey y 100ml de cafe. Pero esta que hice era una variante con los pocos ingredientes que tenia y como la receta original lleva tambien leche o crema batida, necesitaba una segunda oportunidad para probarla como dice la receta.

Y como en las compras de la comida semanal encontramos una leche en polvo de muy buena calidad, decidi que era el momento perfecto para probar esta receta como es y asi mejorar la que yo habia intentado, ademas de poder hacer un cafe con un sabor increible y que te permita ir al trabajo sin estar mareado jaja.

Asi que puse manos a la obra, y para esta receta necesite aproximadamente las mismas medidas:

  • 100ml de cafe americano (sin azucar).

  • 50 ml de whiskey.

  • Vainilla al gusto.

  • 100ml de leche.

Asi que puse a hervir agua y luego que hirvio le añadi el cafe y baje la llama para que se liberara el sabor del cafe completamente, algo que me paricio sumamente interesante fue la publicacion de @justbabybee sobre las medidas exactas que debe tener el cafe para tener un sabor equilibrado y exquisito, asi que trate de seguirla y el resultado estuvo mucho mejor que todos mis intentos anteriores, ya que el sabor del cafe era suave pero agradable a la vez sin estar tan cargado.

Mientras que el agua hervia con el cafe, hice la leche en una pequeña taza y como queria una leche espesa use poca agua y 4 cucharadas de leche en polvo, para que se asemeje mucho a la crema de leche que lleva el cafe irlandes.

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Y cuando estuvo lista procedi a preparar la taza de cafe, y le añadi los 50ml de whiskey y un poco de escencia de vainilla, fue divertido ver como los liquidos del whiskey y la vainilla no se llevan bien y tratan de luchar cuando estan juntos en la taza jaja. Luego verti el cafe colado en la taza junto con la leche y los mezcle hasta que se vio un color veige muy hermoso, como si la mezcla hubiera sido perfecta.

El sabor tambien era muy agradable al paladar, ya que el amargo sabor del whiskey era apaciguado por la leche, y el olor caracteristico del whiskey que es amaderado o rustico se vio perfectamente balanceado con el dulce olor de la vainilla que combino muy bien.

Ademas no me senti mareado al probar este cafe, y aunque ha pasado casi una hora desde que lo tome aun sigo totalmente concientes de mi y no veo borroso jaja.

Me gusto volver a repetir esta receta y mejorarla con algunas cosas añadidas, ademas de que me hizo recordas mis primeros dias en esta comunidad y es increble como pasa el tiempo de rapido, ya han sido 4 meses desde que comence a publicar de manera consistente y constante, y si siento que he aprendido mucho mas sobre cafe o sobre como hablar de los lugares y experiencias que incluyan cafe.

Y tu? has intentado mejroar alguna receta que hayas hecho hace mucho tiempo' que tal ha sido tu reesultado? hazmelo saber en los comentarios. Muchas gracias por leer, espero que tengas un excelente dia y una increible semana donde puedas lograr todas tus metas y sueños.

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What a good experience, we should always repeat the recipes, improve them and even add other things that come to mind.

Greetings

 2 months ago  

Hello @mercmarg

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Ok, sorry

 2 months ago  

Ok, I see that you have edited your other comment, thank you:)

Exactly, you're right, thank you very much for your comment, sorry for the late reply :D

 2 months ago  

Very good recipe! But I really prefer to keep my coffee separate from the whiskey. I can enjoy both at the same time, but not mixed 😁
Of course I had enjoyed some Irish coffees from time to time!

Cheers 😉

 2 months ago  

@mdosev How about an authentic traditional Irish Whiskey made by an Irishman/woman?😉 Not even that one you can have?

 2 months ago  

You caught my attention! 😁
Seems quite nice and Irish woman had to be quite skilled in the distilling process.

 2 months ago (edited) 

Hehehe!
@mdosev

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I have to admit that my Irish girlfriend made me authentic Irish Coffee (with much pride) using original Irish Whiskey and presented it in a special glass. It was awesome! At the time, I was not a big coffee drinker, and certainly not a Whiskey drinker, but it was divine, and I kept wanting more.😋😍

 2 months ago (edited) 

Sounds like a very pleasant experience. You made me dream about this Irish coffee!

These banners are truly a lot of fun! 😝

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Irish Coffee is indeed what dreams are made of 🙃😋

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Hahaha of course this is a recipe that can't be done all the time, it's eventual haha.

And have you tried Caribbean coffee?

Hahaha of course this is a recipe that can't be done all the time, it's eventual haha.

And have you tried Caribbean coffee?

 2 months ago  

Caribbean? Not really. What does it contain?

I have had Irish coffee, the combination seems perfect to me, as long as the parts are equal. I can't imagine if it was more whiskey than coffee hahaha. I would have a dizzy spell for sure. I liked your recipe, at some point I'm going to try following it. Thanks for sharing it. Regards.

Hahaha you're right, it's always more whiskey than coffee because it would not be a coffee suitable for weekdays haha, and I hope you get it very well when you try it, thank you very much for commenting :D

Hello @fabian98
Glad to know you've made so much progress on your quirky old recipe. Irrish Coffee, hearing the name alone is already very tempting. Even you added version 2.0. Cool!

Your recipe is very rich. All the ingredients you add will form a taste that I can't imagine, because I've never tried it. Unfortunately we live far from each other. !LOL

I'm sure, in the future you will issue the next versions; let us all know about it.

Thank you very much for your kind comment :D

And of course if it is tempting to take it the bad thing is that it can not be every day haha, but I hope you can do it or buy it where you live I know you will not regret it, thank you very much for commenting :D

 2 months ago  

Nice easy process. I wonder how this would work with espresso coffee.

Well, I believe that the flavors would be intensified by 100%, which would result in a purer and more flavorful coffee :D


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Hi @fabian98 I see that you are also from Venezuela 😁🙌🏽. I leave you this information since I see that you like adventures with Coffee and Alcohol, in Caracas there is a coffee shop that surely you would enjoy a lot, this in the historic center is called Artesano Café, there you will find different types of coffee that you like, there are with rum, cocuy, clear cane among others. I hope you can visit them and have a good coffee 😉.

Hola @fabian98 veo que también eres de Venezuela 😁🙌🏽. Te dejo este dato ya que veo que te gustan las aventuras con Café y Alcohol, en Caracas hay una cafetería que seguro disfrutarias muchísimo, esta en el casco histórico se llamar Artesano Café,alli encontraras diferentes tipos de café de los que te gustan, hay con ron, cocuy, caña clara entre otros. Espero puedas visitarlos y tomarte un buen café 😉

I want a cup!!