Baileys red velvet cupcake
Baileys red velvet cupcake Liqueur is a liquor based on Irish whiskey and cream, manufactured by Bailey & Co. in Dublin, Ireland.
Introduced in 1974, Baileys was the first Irish cream liquor on the market. The perfect balance between Irish whiskey and fresh Irish cream.
Baileys red velvet cupcake is made with whiskey and cream, which are homogenized in order to form an emulsion, with the help of an emulsifier containing refined vegetable oil. This process prevents the separation of whiskey and cream during storage. The proportion of the rest of the ingredients used is not known, but it includes chocolate, vanilla, caramel, sugar and cinnamon. According to the manufacturer, no preservatives are used. The whiskey is enough to preserve the cream.
The cream used in this drink comes from Avonmore Waterford Plc, a dairy cooperative located about 112 km from Dublin. More than 4 million liters of Irish cream are used for the production of Baileys, which represents 4.3% of the total milk production in Ireland.
Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur Tasting Notes
- View: Baileys red velvet cupcake has a dark cream color.
- Nose: On the nose there are soft notes of vanilla and poop and Irish whiskey, vanilla, milk and short cocoa.
- Palate: Very pleasant to the palate.
Suggestions for consumption
Baileys is ideal to drink alone, in a glass with ice.
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Distribuido por Diageo España, S.A. Edif. Spirit.- Avda de la Victoria, 32 (28023 Madrid)
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- Bailey & Co