Description:Type: other / Coffee layered liqueur.
Newest Review: ... drink and its loved by all our family. That was until one year when a bottle of Sheridans was produced from the drinks ... more
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by - written on 09/11/07 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Anyone know how to make a coffee liqueur? You know, the kind of coffees which have the cream sitting on the top and the coffee underneath (like a pint of Guinness)? No-one? OK let give you a master-class in coffee liqueur making! Firstly, a little organic chemistry! Fats and carbohydrates don't mix too well. At the first opportunity they can take they will separate (like oil and water) They are called "immiscible liquids". It is this prinicple which coffee liqueurs are based. To make the perfect coffee liqueur you need to put enough coffee in the glass (has to be a glass otherwise the effect is pointless) to fill it until there is about 2 cm from the top. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/03, updated on 20/02/03 (Very useful, 296 readings)
I was cruising through the products options the other day and I found this, so I?d like to tell you about one of my favourite drinks. Sheridens coffee liqueur. Despite a rather unusual ad campaign last year, it?s still the Cinderella of Irish coffee liqueurs. Packaging. Straight off you notice how different this is, with its two-tone lop-sided bottle. It?s actually two separate bottles stuck together. One side holds a dark, almost black liquid, while the other holds a pale, almost white liquid. Most unusual! The top is a single affair of black plastic, though on removing the cap you will see two spouts, leading from the separate bottles. The label is black ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/03, updated on 09/01/03 (Very useful, 182 readings)
(Please ignore the facetious title. It all started with a film that cost theediscerning 18p to see - he asked for six readers as compensation and got them. It's a handy way for him to tell you all how much things cost, as long as you know your three times tables. Plus, "Ebony and Ivory, side by side on my drinks cabinet" wouldn't fit without being abbreviated.) Witness the scene. A sober, unwitting, upstanding chap like theediscerning is in a local supermarket (no advert, but its name is akin to a seasonal meadow), when some female comes up to him and offers him alcohol. Trouble doesn't always start with a T, if you get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/01, updated on 21/04/01 (Very useful, 3622 readings)
I first tasted this little gem just before Christmas 2000, while visiting a friend of mine back home in Switzerland. It was my last night there, and as she was too tired to go out or even have any form of sensible conversation, she offered to open the bottle of Sheridan's she had got for her birthday. Although a few cups of this stuff later, we scrapped the idea of a conversation altogether, we didn't regret it a bit and in spite of the fact that I didn't get to enjoy the beautiful two-layered effect due to using coffee cups, it was definitely an experience I wanted to repeat some day. As both my boyfriend and I are avid fans of Babylon5, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/03, updated on 19/09/04 (Very useful, 129 readings)
If there's one thing I like about this time of year, it's the communal joy that comes from sharing..erm...drink. Well, it IS a social thing, after all and eeeeeespecially with New Year's Eve upon us. Of course, I never descend to hammering loads of lager and the like, what with being more refined than that (ahem). Aaaaaaaaanyway, for those of us wiv a touch of class (pronounced clarse, don'tcha know?) then read on McDuff. There really is nothing better in this world than a nice Irish coffee. It rounds off a meal a treat and within the liqueurs of the world, Irish coffee does it for me every time. Of course, if you are looking at chilling out ... Read the complete review
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