"The OG Irish Coffee | Crafted Pour"

"In 1943, amidst the harsh winter of World War II, Joe Sheridan, a talented bartender and chef at an airport bar in Foynes, Ireland, created a drink that would warm both bodies and souls. When a group of weary travelers sought refuge from the cold after their seaplane was forced to return, Joe brewed strong coffee, added Irish whiskey, and topped it with velvety cream. As they sipped this comforting concoction, he named it "Irish Coffee." Word of this magical drink spread, making the airport bar famous. At The SladeSlays, we honor Joe's legacy by always trying the OG version of classics like the Irish Coffee and putting our own creative spin on them down the road. Join us in celebrating history, culture, and craftsmanship that make bartending an art.", "undefined", "The OG Irish Coffee",

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The OG Irish Coffee By , May 8, 2009 In 1943, amidst the harsh winter of World War II, Joe Sheridan, a talented bartender and chef at an airport bar in Foynes, Ireland, created a drink that would warm both bodies and souls.

When a group of weary travelers sought refuge from the cold after their seaplane was forced to return, Joe brewed strong coffee, added Irish whiskey, and topped it with velvety cream. As they sipped this comforting concoction, he named it In 1943, amidst the harsh winter of World War II, Joe Sheridan, a talented bartender and chef at an airport bar in Foynes, Ireland, created a drink that would warm both bodies and souls. When a group of weary travelers sought refuge from the cold after their seaplane was forced to return, Joe brewed strong coffee, added Irish whiskey, and topped it with velvety cream. As they sipped this comforting concoction, he named it "Irish Coffee." Word of this magical drink spread, making the airport bar famous. At The SladeSlays, we honor Joe's legacy by always trying the OG version of classics like the Irish Coffee and putting our own creative spin on them down the road. Join us in celebrating history, culture, and craftsmanship that make bartending an art. Ingredients: - Brown Sugar - Element Irish Whisky Instructions: Add Irish Whiskey, Brown Sugar, & coffee to a glass mug with handle. Stir together and add heavy whipped cream to top off your drink. Drink and enjoy responsibly. Hot,Winter,Fall