Poteen? What's this nonsense? Everyone knows the national drink of Ireland is _ _ _ _ _ (_) _. Well, yes, Irish whiskey has traveled the world over, and is surely up there with the best of them. But, is it actually the national drink?
The time of year when all your toil seems worth it. When the living is suddenly easy. A time of flowing bounty, a time to rejoice and thank, a milestone on the celestial calendar governing your daily. You'd made it to the Celtic harvest festival, you could finally let it all hang out...
Make your own poteen! This easy recipe for moonshine uses potatoes and malted barley for the base and can be whipped up without much stress. Banned for 350 years, now back in play. Can you hear those shindig bells a-chimin'?
A delicious layer shot that looks great – like the Irish flag! And just like the tricolor currently serving as the disputed version of Ireland’s flag, you get to choose what color the ‘orange’ part. Grand Marnier, Brandy, Cointreau or Cognac is usually the preferred weapon of choice. But, as always, you are encouraged to get creative. Especially if it's St. Patrick's Day.
There are plenty of pretenders to the throne, but this is the true, legit recipe for the original Irish coffee. It has to be one of the most renowned Irish drinks, and several people claim to have invented the recipe. Find out who actually did.