Gaelic coffee


Related to Gaelic coffee: Irish coffee

Gaelic coffee

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(Cookery) another name for Irish coffee
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Gaelic coffee

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THE MENU THE MENU SAVOURY: Carrot and orange soup Figs with Argyll ham and Isle of Mull blue cheese Mackerel pate with Scottish porridge oatcakes Salmon fishcakes Smoked duck pancakes Leek, asparagus and brie filss with caramelised red onion chutney Haggis, beetroot and red onion parcels SWEET: McCaig's Tower tablet cheesecake Lavender shortbread with cream and blae'berries Cream scones Gaelic coffee with Oban Chocolate Shop chocolates.
Other names in the selection include King Tut, a dark, dry light hopped beer and Gaelic Coffee in which whiskey and vanilla is blended to create a full flavoured smooth cream, black beer.
Tickets, pounds 5 including the music, film and gaelic coffee, are available from the Plaza box on 474 4076.
Visitors from the Emerald Isle will feel at home with pots of Irish stew, whiskey, traditional beers, Gaelic coffee and Irish dancing.
Alluring Amanda captivated Friday's first episode of a torrid boxing two-parter called Blood, Sweat and Tears with an Irish accent like Gaelic coffee and a lacerating line in withering looks.
It's the land of stout and Gaelic coffee - no wonder Irish eyes are always smiling
Our trip continued into Limerick along the River Shannon, taking in the museum at Foynes - where transatlantic flying boats once refuelled and Gaelic coffee was invented one cold winter night.
Alan just had to make sure he didn't "get up the wall" as it was known when doing lamp work or making Gaelic coffees at the table.