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March 12, 2020 - Door County Coffee Blog
St. Patrick's Day Fun with Door County Coffee!
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, which mean Spring is too! While the snow is melting and the trees have yet to start budding, we know we are in the home stretch of cold, snowy days! What better way to celebrate that, than with the fun and merriment of St. Patrick’s Day! From fun recipes to yummy Irish-inspired coffees, we have some great ideas to make this St. Patrick’s Day the best!
Highlander Grogg: Our fan favorite coffee, this combination of Irish Crème and caramel make the perfect morning brew!
Irish Cream: With flavors of cream and spirits of Ireland, this coffee is perfect for an afternoon at the Sturgeon Bay St. Patrick’s Day parade, or mixed with a little Bailey’s at home!
Mocha Mint: What goes together better than chocolate and mint?! Our Mocha Mint flavored coffee is full of yummy dark chocolate and refreshing mint!Fun Irish-
Highlander Heaven Cake: As heavenly as its name sounds, this cake is perfect on any table! With moist cake and the best Highlander Grogg flavored frosting around, everyone will be coming back for more after a St. Patrick’s Day feast!
Corned Beef & Cabbage Soup: What is more St. Patrick’s Day-esque than Corned Beef & Cabbage?! We all know that St. Patrick’s Day can still be a bit chilly, so why not combine these Irish favorites into a delicious soup!
Kahlua Coffee Float: A perfect after (or before, we won’t judge) dinner drink that is super simple! With our Irish Cream Coffee and Kahlua, this drink is perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day treat!
If you are local to Door County, make sure to visit and enjoy all things Irish at Kitty O’Reily’s. This holiday is fun for all ages and a great time to visit Door County! Whether you are staying home to celebrate with friends and family or going out on the town in all things green, we hope you have your favorite Irish-inspired coffee to caffeinate you! Slainte!