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Do you have the luck of the Irish? Every year bars colour beer green and make themed drinks while we bake. It’s a fun way to chase away the mid-March blues.
Irish coffee is one of my favourite drinks regardless of the time of year. It’s warming, fun to drink and has many different versions. Of course you need to start with the best coffee.
EcoCafe in St. Jacobs have been roasting coffee for Never Enough Thyme for many years. Their team is integral to the success and growth of our company and we are so happy to share our day with them.

We are also working together at the Northfield Racquet Club and the reviews for their coffee are once again always positive. As well as this featured drink.
Some may choose the free pour but we follow a recipe. Enjoy this treat and don’t be afraid to try a new brand of coffee. Go down the street and see my friend Ed and his team. Try a new brew and you’ll not regret it!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Our Irish Coffee

  • 1 oz Baileys
  • 1/2 oz Irish whiskey
  • 1 cup of your favourite coffee
  • Whipped cream
  • Chocolate shavings

Brew your favourite coffee. Add Baileys and Irish whiskey.
Stir coffee, top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.


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