Five Farms Iced Coffee Tipped To Trend This Summer
The exquisite Five Farms Iced Coffee is tipped to trend this summer. The delicious drink, which is made with Five Farms super-premium Irish Cream Liqueur and cold-brew coffee, is simple to prepare...
The exquisite Five Farms Iced Coffee is tipped to trend this summer.
The delicious drink, which is made with Five Farms super-premium Irish Cream Liqueur and cold-brew coffee, is simple to prepare and the ultimate option for the summer season when it comes to refreshment, luxury and taste.
Distributed in Ireland by Dalcassian Wines & Spirits, the brand, which was launched last Christmas, has already become a firm favourite among Irish consumers. The single batch Irish Cream Liqueur is entirely sourced and produced in Cork, and is taking pride of place in top bars, restaurants and venues as well as in all good off-licences across the country.
Made with premium 10-year-old, triple-distilled Irish Whiskey, the secret to the super-premium taste lies in both the quality and high quantity of whiskey in the recipe - 10% whiskey content compared to less than 1% used by most Cream Liqueur brands. This difference is significant, resulting in an intensity of whiskey flavour that sets Five Farms apart from every other Irish Cream Liqueur in the world.
To make the Five Farms Iced Coffee, simply take a tall glass, add ice, seven ounces of coffee and 3.5 ounces of Five Farms. Stir the ingredients with a spoon until they are evenly mixed and serve. If the occasion calls for it, top with a swirl of whipped cream.
"A Game-Changer For The Category"
Dalcassian Wines & Spirits managing director John Dillon stated, "Ireland has always spearheaded the Cream Liqueur category globally. The category has been waiting for something very special to revolutionise it again and Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur is the answer. The high whiskey content and the super-premium quality of both the whiskey and the rich dairy cream is a game-changer for the category."
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