Put a little luck of the Irish in your morning coffee with this Mint Irish Latte. Crème de Menthe is combined with Baileys Irish Cream in a chocolate and sprinkles rimmed glass, rich espresso and frothy milk is then poured over the top. Add some vanilla whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles to finish it off with a touch of magic! The best way to drink coffee this St Patrick’s Day!
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St Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday, don’t you think? It’s a great excuse to just let your hair down and have fun, and that 1/16 of Irish you have in you comes out to party! My family on my dad’s side was Irish, but despite that and living in the UK my whole life I have only been to Ireland once, which is just terrible I know. I definitely want to go back, it’s such a beautiful country with so much to explore. Have you been to Ireland? Where would you recommend visiting?
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My favourite Starbucks drink homemade and extra indulgent. Rich espresso and burnt caramel syrup topped with foamy milk, with lashings of thick burnt caramel sauce. Served with a scoop of coffee ice cream, fresh whipped cream and even more burnt caramel sauce. Your morning coffee like you’ve never seen it before!
Up until about a year ago there were two foods that I hated, and I was very vocal about that hatred. Those foods? Avocado and coffee! Fast forward to now and they’re probably two of the things I consume the most, I LOVE them. As a baker, I’m fully aware that coffee makes chocolate taste awesome, so I’m quite seasoned at putting it in chocolate cake. But I decided I needed to train myself to like coffee so I could bake with it as the main flavour, and somehow it worked. Now I can’t function without my morning coffee (that might have something to do with the caffeine though!) and the baristas at my local Starbucks know me by name. I hold my hands up and admit that I was wrong about coffee and I humbly apologise to it! And by way of apology, my first main coffee recipe is this Burnt Caramel Latte Ice Cream Float!
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