The Guinness Coffee pot has gone on sale to the public in London’s trendy Camden Town district.
It was unveiled on Tuesday and will sell for between €50 and €80 at its regular price of £35.
Coffee pot The Guinness coffee pot is a traditional Irish coffee table with a cup made from the milk of the cow.
It has a pot that holds 12 litre of water.
It is made from a mixture of milk, sugar and spices, which are fermented at different stages and blended in a copper vessel.
A cup of Guinness coffee is about 2.5kg.
The Guinness spokesperson said it was one of the oldest drinks in Ireland and had been around since at least 1360AD.
Caffeine-free Guinness coffee was introduced in the UK in 2014.