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.
Born in an upbeat pub in San Francisco, which goes by the name of Trick Dog, Pepper’s Pride is an improvisation on a traditional cocktail that came straight out of Josh Harris’s vintage cocktail book collection. Josh who? Josh Harris and Scott Baird are the owners of Trick Dog and are brilliant at what they do—crafting cocktails.
Satan's Circus comes to us from the NoMad Hotel Bar which is located in the 'Tenderloin' neighbourhood of New York. In the 19th century, this area was popularly called 'Satan's Circus' due to the concentration of saloons, bars, brothels, and the two cornerstones of the city's fine dining and craft cocktail culture: the great Delmonico's and Jerry Thomas' New York Bar.
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.