Definition of Irish coffee in English:

Irish coffee

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[mass noun]
  • Coffee mixed with a dash of Irish whiskey and served with cream on top: [count noun]: Elaine made two Irish coffees
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    • The products include value-added cheeses, baby foods, beverages, cream liqueurs and Irish coffee, as well as ingredients for a variety of snack foods and prepared ready meals.
    • ‘That's when the Irish troubles began,’ says a grizzled wag in a Glandore pub, as we sample potent Irish coffee, laced with cream and whisky.
    • She sits, nursing the whipped cream atop her Irish coffee, musing about the bar's other customers.

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