Saint Patrick's Day has plenty of well-known traditions, but their histories are probably unknown to most.
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Whether you make it to Dublin this year or you'll just be enjoying the revelry stateside, here are a few ways to enjoy the generously flowing Irish whiskey and beer alongside the Irish nationals.
Strong black coffee, whiskey and one level teaspoon of brown sugar stirred into the coffee. Pour the aged heavy cream over the back of a spoon held over the glass... then you drink the coffee through the cream. Heavenly.
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