Baileys Irish Cream was first introduced in 1974 and is an Irish whiskey and cream based liqueur, manufactured by Diageo in Dublin, Ireland and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland.
The person behind the creation of Bailey Irish Cream was Tom Jago, President and co-founder of The Last Drop Distillers. It has an alcohol content of 17% by volume and can be used to make a number of delicious cocktails, one such being Baileys hot chocolate.
Find the recipe for this sumptuous drink below:
Enjoy this wonderful concoction of two delicious beverages blended together to create a truly exceptional one.
Now that the seventh season of Game of Thrones has ended, we know winter is here. Perhaps not really, but how far are we ever from winter? From often feeling the blues to quickly catching a bad cold even on a warm September day, winter is around-always.
A very popular food blogging channel has recently come up with a brilliant idea of airing shows that have everything to do with food (and drinks, obviously), but also include restaurants or bar reviews occasionally. Primarily these shows are divided into episodes and each episode has one popular chef hosting it and crafting his or her special recipes.
The highball is probably one of the most common whisky drinks consumed around the world with the most famous variant being ye olde Scotch and Soda. However, the whisky highball can come in many shades but the most distinguishable feature of this mix is the tall glass of ice! The origin story of this familiar drink, however, has been lost in the meanders of time.