Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish whiskey and cream based liqueur manufactured by Diageo at Dublin, Ireland and Mallusk, Northern Ireland. It was launched in 1974 by Tom Jago and was the first cream based liqueur to be introduced in the global market.
This unique offering is produced from a blend of cream and whiskies from many distilleries and is used for preparing a number of cocktails. Here is the recipe of Baileys Honey Bee, a delicious cocktail.
This drink is perfect for celebratory occasions such as Christmas.
If you fancy a cocktail with a strong bitter punch, meet the famed Sherman cocktail that is sure to please your palate. A staple at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City during the 1930’s, Sherman is a twist on the classic Manhattan with the addition of absinthe and two types of bitters – angostura and orange.
Often overshadowed by its forerunner, the mint julep, the origin of the classic whiskey smash stands open to interpretation. The earliest dates back to 1862 and talks about a peculiarly American drink wildly popular among the denizens of the South. The recipe called for a simple concoction of muddled mint leaves and sugar with equal parts peach and regular brandy served over cracked ice.
The Lynchburg Lemonade is a signature cocktail featuring Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey. Named after the Jack Daniel Distillery’s hometown, it is popular across the world. It was coined and created in 1980 by Tony Mason, a restaurant and lounge owner. Interestingly, he claimed that a Jack Daniel sales representative had stolen his recipe, which he contended had been a trade secret.