9 Jameson Cold Brew Cocktails
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9 Jameson Cold Brew Cocktails

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The Jameson Cold Brew Irish Whiskey is a limited edition spirit released by Jameson Irish Whiskey. They took their classic Irish whiskey and infused it with natural cold brew coffee flavor. The smooth taste of Jameson whiskey pairs perfectly with the richness of cold brew coffee made with 100% Arabica beans from Colombia and Brazil, which brings notes of dark chocolate and toasted oak. 

You may be perplexed about how to incorporate it into a mixed drink with such a unique flavor. Though it can be served chilled for sipping or a shot, these 9 Jameson Cold Brew cocktails will be your new favorites. 

Jameson Cold Brew Cocktails Created by Jameson Irish Whiskey

Recipes straight from the creators at the Jameson company.

1. Jameson Cold Brew Dalgona Coffee

by Jameson

Jameson Cold Brew Dalgona Coffee

Remember when whipped coffee went viral? Jameson ran with it creating their Jameson Cold Brew Dalgona Coffee recipe, taking the fluffy, creamy treat to a new level. 

Start by whipping instant coffee, hot water, and sugar in a mixing bowl until it is the consistency of whipped cream. In a glass, combine milk and Jameson Cold Brew, ensuring you leave enough room to place the whipped coffee fluff on top. Garnish with some cinnamon and revel in the great taste. 

2. Jameson Cold Brew Tonic

by Jameson

Jameson Cold Brew Tonic

We wouldn’t have ever thought to mix Jameson Cold Brew with tonic water, but the Jameson Cold Brew Tonic from Jameson quickly changed our minds. It’s easy to make, too! Simply combine the two ingredients in a highball glass with ice and garnish with an orange slice. 

3. Jameson Cold Brew Bittersweet Goodbye

by Jameson

Jameson Cold Brew Bittersweet Goodbye

The Jameson Cold Brew Bittersweet Goodbye cocktail recipe from Jameson takes their Cold Brew Tonic and adds additional citrus flavor creating a surprisingly delicious combination. 

It is made with blood orange juice, Campari, Jameson Cold Brew, and tonic water, just poured over ice and garnished with a blood orange slice. 

4. Jameson Cold Brew-tini

by Jameson

Jameson Cold Brew-tini

Espresso martinis are wildly popular, but it is time to meet their Irish cousin, the Jameson Cold Brew Martini. 

In a cocktail shaker, shake together cold espresso, Jameson Cold Brew, and simple syrup until it gets foamy. Strain into a glass with ice and garnish with two or three coffee beans which will sit on top of the foam. We also love serving this one without ice in a chilled martini glass. 

If you want to cut the caffeine a bit, try using half an espresso shot instead. You’ll still get the rich coffee flavor even with half the espresso. 

Our Other Favorite Jameson Cold Brew Cocktails

5. Jameson Cold Brew White Russian

by Sip Coffee House

Jameson Cold Brew White Russian

This Jameson Cold Brew White Russian recipe by Sip Coffee House gives you all the creaminess of a classic white Russian but with an even bigger twist of coffee flavor. To craft this recipe, you’ll need vodka, Jameson Cold Brew, and half & half, milk, or heavy cream. 

You’ll want to use one extra-large ice cube to keep it cold rather than your typical ice so it doesn’t get watered down. 

6. Jameson Cold Brew and Cream Soda or Cola

by Full Coffee Roast

Jameson Cold Brew and Cream Soda or Cola

Full Coffee Roast has two simple cocktail recipes made with Jameson Cold Brew. The first is with cream soda, and the other is with cola. For both of these, you’ll just pour the Jameson Cold Brew and cola or cream soda into a glass with ice in a 1:2 ratio. 

Mixing it with cola reminds us of a caramel cold-brewed coffee, while cream soda is more reminiscent of a vanilla coffee.

7. Jameson Cold Brew Irish Whiskey with Cold Foam

by Coffee at Three

Jameson Cold Brew Irish Whiskey with Cold Foam

This Jameson Cold Brew Irish Whiskey with Cold Foam recipe takes Irish coffee, the classic caffeinated alcohol combination, to new heights. 

You’ll need Jameson Cold Brew Irish Whiskey, cold brew coffee, vanilla syrup, and half & half. Start by making the vanilla cream that goes on top by whipping half & half with the vanilla syrup using a French press. Then in a glass, add ice and mix up vanilla syrup, coffee, and liquor. 

Pour the cold foam on top, and don’t stir! Drink it through the cold foam to get a sweet, creamy hint with every sip. 

8. Jameson Cold Brew Hot Chocolate

by Delishably

Jameson Cold Brew Hot Chocolate
Photo credit: jamesonwhiskey.com

Instead of spiking your hot coffee with Irish Whiskey, try this Jameson Cold Brew Hot Chocolate recipe from Delishably. Think of it as an adult mocha, perfect for chilly nights. 

To make this cocktail, prepare some hot chocolate as you usually do, then whisk in the Jameson Cold Brew. Top with marshmallows, chocolate squares, and a graham cracker rim for extra fun. You’ll have smores and coffee all in one drink!

9. Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew Cocktail

by Bits & Bites

Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew Cocktail

Nothing says fall like a pumpkin spiced coffee, but this Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew Cocktail by Bits & Bites is tasty all year. 

You’ll need pumpkin spice coffee creamer, your milk of choice, pumpkin spice, cold-brewed coffee, and pumpkin cream. Though there are a few steps, if you follow the directions, you’ll have the perfect blend of sugar, spice, and caffeine!

FAQs

What mixes well with Jameson Cold Brew?

Many ingredients mix well with Jameson Cold Brew, including coke, cream soda, coffee, tonic water, vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate, and cream. 

What is the best way to drink Jameson Cold Brew?

The best way to drink Jameson Cold Brew is in an iced coffee or another mixed cocktail, but it is also delicious as a chilled shot. 

Do you put Jameson Cold Brew in coffee?

Yes, you can put Jameson Cold Brew in coffee. 


Bottom Line

You can make all kinds of drinks with a bottle of Jameson Cold Brew. It is just as versatile as the original Jameson Whiskey, so keep it in your home bar to craft one of these cocktail recipes anytime!

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