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Gaelic coffee

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Definition of Gaelic coffee in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Coffee served with cream and whisky.
Example sentences
  • I don't like whisky, and I don't usually like coffee with even a hint of milk or cream in it, but I must say that I approve of Gaelic coffee.
  • I'm glad to say it was nothing that a commendably whisky-heavy Gaelic coffee couldn't put right.
  • We will be celebrating St Patrick's with all things Green and Gaelic coffees for afternoon tea on Friday 16th March.

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