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Baileys
Started by: priscus (7038) Report abuse
If you like Baileys Original, or even just get some in for Christmas guests............

Ten Quid of Litre bottle on offer in Tesco at the moment.
(12 /Litre) Cheaper than the 750cl size!

At least in my local shop. Guess it is across all.

Posted by: ann-spam (3342)  Report abuse

Posted by: kenee (2009) Report abuse
12 in Asda and Morrisons too.

Posted by: whups (3143)  Report abuse
aldi is better as you can get a bottle of irish cream for 3 odd.

Posted by: priscus (7038) Report abuse
Just been reading how Heston Blumenthal carbonated Blue Nun with a Sodastream, and his drinkers either preferred it to, or could not tell the difference from, genuine Champagne.

Jamie Oliver has since also done the same.

Not really a connoisseur, myself. If the wine is half decent, always wonder WHY you would wish to makes it taste like a carbon dioxide solution?

Posted by: mindar (1012) Report abuse
Make your own.

Ingredients:
1⅔ cups Jameson Irish whiskey.
1 cup half & half or heavy cream.
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk.
2 tablespoons chocolate syrup.
2 teaspoons vanilla extract.
1 teaspoon instant coffee.

Posted by: cindy (5655)   Report abuse
Baileys & Benedictine.

Posted by: priscus (7038) Report abuse
mindar, "heavy cream"? Must be an American Recipe!

Can never understand why they call the Higher fat creams heavy, as they are lighter in weight than those with lower fat content. (Cream rises because fat is lighter than other suspended components of milk!)

Have you actually made this? Gilbey Vintners who owned the brand when it was first developed (OK,so now owned by Diageo) claimed there was a secret to blending without curdling the milk.

For some years some argument could be found considering whether or not the said secret was merely using a high-fat cream!

Posted by: 0 years (3113) Report abuse
Try a Baileybu, two/one part Bailey's, one part Malibu but give them a good stirring so they blend and add ice.

Posted by: chatty (6281)  Report abuse
Is that what you're supping whilst 'posting from the back of the coach'?
Or are the 'armchair fans' jibes nothing but hipocritical piffle
MIND THE CRAP! (on and off the pitch)

 
 
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