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Baileys Irish Cream

Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish cream liqueur – an alcoholic beverage flavored with cream, cocoa, and Irish whiskey – made by Diageo at Nangor Road, in Dublin, Republic of Ireland and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland owned by Gilbeys of Ireland, the trademark is currently owned by Diageo

What kind of cows make your liquor? This is an important question for the makers of Bailey’s Irish Cream. Nearly 40,000 top-bred Irish dairy cows contribute cream to make the world’s most popular liqueur. It’s blended with pure Irish whiskey and a proprietary cocoa extract to make one of the best-selling alcoholic beverages on the planet. What can you mix it with? Nothing and practically anything. All by itself, perhaps on the rocks, it makes a smooth sipper. It’s very friendly with coffee, hot cocoa and other liqueurs. Amaretto, peppermint schnapps, cinnamon liqueur or whiskey all get along nicely with Bailey’s in a hot drink. Because of its weight and viscosity, Bailey’s performs well with layered drinks. Building a multilayer shot takes some practice and touch, but it’s an old-school skill that will wow your guests. Consider the classic B-52 coffee with Kahlua and Grand Marnier. While nice on the rocks or with coffee, the B-52 was originally intended to be a layered shot. To craft one, you must add ingredients in the proper order. It’s Kahlua, Bailey’s then Grand Marnier. You need a tool to gently add the ingredients without stirring things up. Some use the back of a spoon or a classic twisted swizzle stick. Bailey’s is an infinitely usable bar pantry ingredient you should always have around. Don’t wait, buy Bailey’s Original Irish Cream through Drizly at a great price and have it delivered directly to your door or pick it up in store.

Bailey’s Irish Cream is a unique irish spirit made from a mix of cream, sugar, cocoa and the finest irish spirits. Each bottle of Bailey’s is 50% fresh cream, combined with triple distilled Irish Whiskey. It contains no additives or preservatives, and has become the best known irish cream in the world since it’s initiation in 1974.