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Home made liqueur recipe

I am not quite sure why this recipe is called the “Irish Cream Liqueur”, as you can use any Whisky or Brandy that you like.  However, it is easy to make and can be a great gift for someone on Father’s Day or at Christmas.  Or impress your friends at your next home celebration by casually mentioning you made the liqueur yourself…  🙂

Travel-and-Home Recipe for Irish Cream Liqueur

5-Ingredients Recipe

Difficulty:  Easy for beginners

How to make your own Liqueur

You will need:

Sterilized glass bottle (This recipe makes about 1 Litre)

  • 3 Beaten Eggs
  • 175 ml Condensed Milk
  • 50 ml of Good Quality Coffee (your favorite brand)
  • 300 ml Single Cream
  • 450 ml  Whisky or Brandy
Home made Irish Cream Liqueur recipe

How To Make Your Own Liqueur:

  • Mix all the ingredients together until they are well blended. 
  • Strain the mixture through a sieve into a bowl.
  • Pour the liqueur into the sterilized glass bottle and store it in the fridge.

 

More Info:

*** This liqueur will keep for up to 6 weeks.

Make your own liqueur

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FUN FACTS AND USELESS INFO ON LIQUEURS

Irish Liqueur:

“Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish cream liqueur; an alcoholic drink flavored with cream, cocoa, and Irish whiskey. It is made by Diageo at Nangor Road, in Dublin, Ireland, and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland. Owned by Gilbeys of Ireland, the trademark is currently owned by Diageo.” – Wikipedia

The most popular Irish Liqueur:

Baileys is the original and certainly the iconic and most popular Irish Liqueur, by which all other Irish cream liqueurs are judged.  It might also be the most popular for travelers, as it is often the only name to easy enough to pronounce when visiting Ireland. 🙂

Served as:

Irish cream liqueur is served straight, on the rocks, or in mixed drinks.  It is also often used in combination with Kahlúa in an Irish coffee.  Irish cream is also used to flavor desserts.

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