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.
You have had summer cocktails with whisky at their core.
Whoever said Scotch is a difficult ingredient to mix in a cocktail may not have tasted the Blood and Sand before. Granted that Scotch by itself has distinctive, robust flavours that make for great conversations and parties. But a sip of this spiked, sweet, and citrusy liquid may pump up your spirits like nothing else.
The origins of the ‘Presbyterian’ raises an intriguing characteristic of this cocktail. The term is derived from the Greek word ‘Prebuteros’, meaning ‘ancient’ or ‘old’, and believed to have featured in the New Testament over 70 times. Its roots get traced to Scotland back in the late 1890s.