National Irish Coffee Day is an annual feast celebrated on January 25 of each year. It’s a special celebration Day for those cocktail lovers from all around the nation. Need not excuse yourself; instead, you can enjoy drinking this hot and sweet Irish coffee with a justification. As with a growing number of fan followers, a special Day has been created to celebrate this irresistible cocktail drink made of coffee. National Irish Coffee Day wouldn’t be completed without immersing yourself in the combo of whiskey and coffee drinks. Withstand the cold winter season of the year with this old hot drink.

“Only Irish Coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar, fat.” – Alex Levine

History of National Irish Coffee Day

The history, origin, and year when the National Irish Coffee Day was celebrated are unknown. There is no exact mention of the creator of such a cocktail celebration Day. However, the tradition of Irish Coffee dates back to the 1940s. Irish Coffee is a cocktail drink prepared from hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar or brown sugar. The mixture is well stirred and is usually topped with thick cream. Anyone can drink it through the cream. However, the original Irish Coffee recipe uses a cream that has not been whipped. In some parts of the world, this drink is sold as a recipe made of whipped cream.

National Irish Coffee Day 2018 - January 25

The colloquial version of Irish coffee is also sometimes referred to as any alcoholic coffee drink. Irish Coffee was introduced to this world by Joe Sheridan in 1942. He was a bartender at Foynes Airbase in southwest Ireland. On a miserably cold wet day of that year, a group of passengers had stopped at Sheridan’s bar across the Atlantic Ocean after their cold eighteen-hour journey. Joe has served them with a drink made of hot coffee, spiked with whiskey, and topped with whipped cream to warm his guests.

According to the legends, one of the passengers asked Joe if the beverage was Brazilian coffee, to which he laughed and responded that it was Irish coffee. Jack Koeppler, the owner of the Buena Vista bar in San Francisco, along with the travel writer Stanton Delaplane brought Joe’s famous Irish coffee to the States ten years later. From then on, the drink soon spread all over the nation, and it’s been a favorite drink ever since.

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How to Celebrate National Irish Coffee Day

Celebrating National Irish Coffee Day is quite simple. You can indulge yourself in tasting this drink if you haven’t drunk earlier. Get to know about Irish Coffee and its made at home. Prepare a homemade Irish Coffee drink for your family. Invite your friends and family for an Irish Coffee celebration party and serve them the drink in the Irish Coffee mug. Share your party pictures on social media using the hashtag #IrishCoffeeDay.

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