The invention of the irish coffee is reclaimed by the small irish town of Foynes: in its coffee shops the irish coffee were served in order to heat the passenger after long trips. The irish coffee is an hot coffee, sugared, laced with whisky and a layer of cream.
- Put the sugar into the glass and melt it with a little part of hot coffee.
- Add the whiskey and the remaining coffee.
- Lastly overlap with a teaspoon of cream.