Toby's Special

How do I prevent ice from diluting my cocktail too quickly?


To minimize dilution, consider the following tips:

1. Use Larger Ice Cubes: Larger cubes melt more slowly.
2. Pre-Chill Ingredients: Chill your ingredients before mixing to reduce the need for excessive ice.
3. Consider Spheres or Blocks: These larger ice shapes melt more slowly than smaller cubes.
4. Opt for Clear Ice: Clear ice generally melts more slowly than cloudy ice.

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Toby's Special

  • Jamesons Irish Whiskey 3 cl
  • Kahlua Coffee Liqueur 3 cl
  • Coffee 12 cl
  • Whipped Cream 1 tbsp

Any Glass of your Choice

Toby's Special

toby's special is a popular Coffee andamp; Tea containing a combinations of Jamesons Irish Whiskey,Kahlua Coffee Liqueur,Coffee,Whipped Cream .Served using Any Glass of your Choice

Toby's Special Ingredients

Jamesons Irish Whiskey,Kahlua Coffee Liqueur,Coffee,Whipped Cream,

Toby's Special Recipe

Pour the Jameson and Kahlua into a coffee mug, top off with hot fresh brewed coffee, finish with a tablespoon of fresh whipped cream.

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  • Jamesons Irish Whiskey

    Jamesonis one of the most popular blended Irish Whiskey produced and sold worldwide, by the Irish Distilleries subsidiary of Pernod Ricard. Jameson is on the six main Dublin Whiskeys at the Jameson Distillery Bow St., Jameson is now distilled at the New Midleton Distillery in County Cork -source - Wikipedia

    Jameson has an interesting history if we go by the whisky or whiskey first argument, the founder of the distillery John Jameson was originally a lawyer from Alloa, Scotland and previous to establishing the Jameson distillery in Ireland, he married Margaret Haig in 1768, Margaret was the eldest daughter of John Haig, the famous Scottish whisky distiller.

    Jameson is produced from a blend of grain whiskey and single pot still whiskey, a single pot still whiskey is a traditional Irish distillation technique of using a mixture of malted and unmalted barley, and Jameson uses the Irish unmalted green barley, all sourced from within a fifty miles of the distillery in Cork.

    The barley is dried in a closed kiln fired by natural gas, while anthracite was used previously. This is a distinctive contrast to the use of peat in firing the kiln in Scottish Whisky distillation, which adds a distinctive peat flavour.

  • Kahlua Coffee Liqueur

    Coffee liqueur is a liqueur produced by steeping roasted coffee, sugar and other ingredients in neutral spirit. The most famous coffee liqueur brands are Kahlua and Tia Maria, Kahlua has been made in Mexico since 1936.

    However Kahlua has a thick buttery taste, that doesn't always appeal to the preferences of an alcoholic beverage lover. Which is why many people enjoy coffee liqueur made using their own home recipes.

    Typical ingredients of coffee liqueur include liquor, espresso coffee, roasted coffee bean (and powder), sugar, and vanilla syrup.

    The characteristic flavor of coffee along with over a couple of hundreds compounds contribute to the taste of coffee liqueur. Caffeine is a major ingredient of coffee, and also might be a taste factor that influences the complex flavour profile that appeal to coffee liqueur drinkers' palate. Reference - International Journal of Engineering & Advanced Technology (IJEAT)

    NOTE: In the absence of a Coffee Liqueur like Kahlua or Tia Maria, to make cocktails with Coffee Liqueur, Coffee Liqueur Syrup can be used as a substitute with the proportionate alcohol substituted with a triple distilled neutral Vodka.

  • Coffee

    Coffee or roasted coffee beans brewed in hot water, is the most popular drink that probably competes only with tea in the non-alocholic beverages category. Coffee being a rich source of caffeine it can help the human body overcome fatigue and improve physical performance and also lower risks of several conditions like Type II Diabetes, Cancer and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
    Coffee liqueur is a popular and brands like Kahlua and Tia Maria are regulars in cocktails, but often brewed non alcoholic coffee is used in cocktails too, hot black coffee with Rum and whipped cream is what makes a Troical Coffee Cocktail for you, and being a caffeine rich liquid, it is a strange combination with alcohol since it tends to interact with the body and do just the opposite of what alcohol does, that it, tries to keep you alert and awake.

  • Whipped Cream

    Whipped cream is a liquid heavy cream that has been whipped by a whisk or in a mixer until a light fluffy cream that holds its shape. The whipping makes the water and cream form a colloid and often dissolved gas is used which on expansion forms a firm colloid. Whipped cream is also called Chantilly cream.
    Whipped cream sold in aerosol cans, where the cream is instantly whipped by the expanding gas, is a ready to use whipped cream, and its known by several names like Squirty Cream, Spray Cream or Aerosol Cream, in Scotland it’s called Skooshy Cream. A common Squirty Cream brand in the United States is Reddi-Wip.


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