Baileys Irish Cream was launched in 1974 by Tom Jago and is prepared in Dublin, Ireland and Mallusk, Northern Ireland. This drink is an amalgamation of Irish whiskey and cream with the blending done to perfection.
It has an alcohol content of 17%. You can use Baileys for preparing a wide variety of delicious cocktails. Following is the recipe of Baileys Irish Latte which is a hit among many coffee liquor lovers.
The Baileys Irish Latte is the perfect morning beverage for cold, and lazy holiday mornings.
The Penicillin cocktail might not have proven healing properties but a shot on a cold autumn night will surely do a good job flushing out the chill from your bones. The drink was originally conceived by a New York bartender going by the name of Sam Ross.
Irish whiskey has a rich history, with its beginnings dating back to the 12th century. Around 1000 A.D., on return from their travels, monks brought back the art of distilling perfumes to Ireland and the Irish modified this technique to obtain a drinkable spirit. The whiskeys made during those times were not aged, but flavoured with aromatic herbs such as mint, thyme or anise.