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La Caille Holiday Irish Coffee

Warm up from the inside with La Caille’s Irish Coffee


Preparing La Caille Irish coffee. Photos by Heather L. King


This holiday season, head to La Caille for a festive tipple with friends and family. Whether you are looking to finish off dinner with a decadent drink or merely stopping into the bar for some appetizers and beverages before walking the grounds to view the lights, La Caille has a special treat to make you merry and bright—the Irish coffee.

Order the La Caille Irish Coffee ($18) and you’ll be treated to a show for the senses prepared table side or next to you in the bar. First Jameson Irish Whiskey is ignited and heated in a wine glass rimmed with sugar. Then, a sprinkle of finely ground cinnamon bursts into flames and coats the glass. Finally, instead of adding traditional heavy cream or even Bailey’s Irish Cream, La Caille adds Kahlua to the drink which is topped off with hot coffee to bring this toasty beverage to life.

Christmas lights at La Caille

It’s the perfect way to end a winter evening and warm up on the inside before heading out to enjoy the holiday lights on display throughout La Caille’s property.


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