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San Francisco Irish Coffee Glass Set
Classic Irish Coffee Glass Set

San Francisco Irish Coffee Glass Set

Your Price:$17.19
Retail Price:$19.95
Your Savings:$2.76(14%)
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Part Number:8054-2

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Home & Garden > Kitchen & Dining > Tableware > Drinkware > Drinkware Sets

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San Francisco Irish Coffee Glass Set

This style glass was once one the hardest to find cocktail glass is USA.  Years ago, the manufacturer stopped production of these glasses but demand continued to grow due to the glass being absolutely perfect for the San Francisco style Irish Coffee.  No other glass will properly hold the cream topping correctly.   After several years and increasing clamor from many of the bars and cafés in San Francisco, the manufacturer resumed production. 

How to make a San Francisco Irish Coffee


1. Add 4 ounces of hot coffee to the glass.
2. Drop in two sugar cubes and stir until dissolved.
3. Add 1 ounce of whiskey.
4. Top with lightly whipped heavy cream. Enjoy!


Features
  • Authentic 6 ounce Irish coffee glasses
  • 5.75 inches tall.
  • Perfect for a San Francisco style Irish coffee
  • Made in the USA.
5 Stars
Must have for perfect Irish coffee
It is amazing to me how much of a difference the perfect glassware can make when enjoying a beverage. A kolsch in a stange glass, an IPA in a tulip, and an absolute must is an Irish coffee in this San Francisco Irish Coffee glass. I had an Irish coffee a few years back in San Francisco and it was life changing, one of the most amazing drinks I have ever had. The shape of this glass allows you to pull the coffee thru the cream with every sip. The picture does not show a "proper" Irish coffee, which in my opinion should look like an Guinness when first poured, but these glasses are awesome and worth every penny. I will be ordering another set soon, because as the French say "the fate of glass is to break"
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Reviewed by:  from Missouri. on 10/18/2016
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