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Irish Coffee with Honey Whipped Cream

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I love taking classic recipes and melding them to my tastes. This classic Irish Coffee is made especially decadent with a teaspoon of our Sweet Yellow Clover Honey and a dollop of honey whipped cream.

Ingredients


  • 1 1/2 oz Irish Whiskey
  • 1 Teaspoon Sweet Yellow Clover Honey
  • 6 oz coffee, brewed & hot
  • Honey whipped cream (see recipe below)
  • Star anise for garnish

Instructions


  1. Prepare whipped cream in advance.
  2. Add whiskey and honey to coffee and stir until the honey dissolves.
  3. Gently place whipped cream on top of coffee – do not stir. Garnish with star anise and serve.

For Honey Whipped Cream


Instructions


  1. Beat heavy cream in a large pre-chilled metal bowl with an electric mixer on high until whipped cream has formed soft peaks.
  2. Add honey, and beat until firm peaks form. Be careful not to over-mix, or else the whipped cream will appear clumpy and too thick.

Makes 4 cups

Notes:


  • Use a pre-chilled mixing bowl for faster whipping
  • The time it takes to whip the cream will depend on your mixer. Watch the tread marks left in the cream. The longer they stay, the closer you are to soft peaks. Test the peaks by turning off the mixer and lifting the whisks. If there are no peaks on the cream, continue mixing. If the peaks of the cream wilt downward, you have a soft peak, and it's time to add the honey. If the peaks stick up straight, you have a firm peak, and the whipped cream is finished.

Irish Coffee with Honey Whipped Cream