Irish Mocha Iced Coffee

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Celeb chef Wolfgang Puck has a company that produces bottled organic cold brewed iced coffee in four flavors: Vanilla Fusion, Crème Caramel, Café au Lait and Double Blend Mocha. These can be enjoyed “as is” or mixed with other ingredients and garnished to create fancy mocktails or cocktails. For this festive drink, Irish whiskey and Tia Maria add a spirited touch.


4 oz. Double Blend Mocha Iced Coffee
1 1/2 oz. Jameson whiskey
1/4 oz. Tia Maria
1 oz. cream, whipped stiff


  • Combine all ingredients except whipped cream in a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake well for 10 sec.
  • Strain into a goblet and garnish with whipped cream.
Source: Wolfgang Puck Culinary Iced Coffee

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