Give this Santa-approved twist on a classic holiday treat a try this year. The sweet mix of cointreau, irish cream, coffee liqueur and smooth butterscotch schnapps come together to create a festive cookie flavor, no baking required.
For a decadent twist on a quintessential cocktail, try the Baileys Martini. Try garnishing with a light dusting of dark chocolate shavings or a fun design of chocolate syrup to take this cocktail to another level of indulgence.
This boozy milkshake blends up a classic summertime treat with Baileys Original Irish Cream, Vanilla Vodka and plenty of Chocolate Ice Cream. This one-of-a-kind adult-approved drink is (almost) better than that feeling you get when you hear the Ice Cream Truck jingle...
A great shooter for Halloween this eery looking drink mixes two different liqueurs for a deliciously weird combination.
There's nothing better than a warm cup of hot cocoa on a chilly winter day... but why stop there? We've added a few ounces of homemade candy cane infused vodka and Baileys Irish Cream for a holiday treat that will keep you feeling holly jolly all day long.
No longer a politically correct term as the name, Irish Car Bomb, references a dark time in Ireland's history, this bomber style shot is still quite popular stateside, especially on St. Patrick's Day. As veterans will tell you, drink it quickly or you're left with a curdled class of beer, whiskey, and irish cream.
The B 52 shot is a retro cocktail, typically taken as a shooter, that has a sweet, creamy taste. It's said to be named after the popular band from the 1970s. Here, three different liquors poured on top of each other create a distinct, layered look. This is a great cocktail for practicing your layering skills!