Molly's Irish Cream Liqueur 1 Litre

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Molly's Irish Cream is a liqueur cream that blends fine Irish Cream with aged Irish Whiskey and a touch of chocolate. Embodying Irish tradition and a 'no-added preservative' oath, Molly's Irish Cream has been rightfully recognised as a first-class Irish Cream. Produced by former employees of, and in a facility once owned by Baileys, the current market leader of Irish Creams. In fact, the Molly's factory continued to supply the new Baileys headquarters with Irish Cream throughout the 1990's, proving Molly's Irish Cream competitive alongside Baileys in terms of both quality and price.

For the most luscious cocktail recipes, Irish Cream is the liqueur of choice. Serve on the rocks, in mixed drinks, delicious desserts, or in your favourite liquor coffee recipes; and experience the Irish Cream that gives a good name to all things Irish.

Tasting Note: Characteristically smooth, balanced and flavoursome, with a natural appeal, a touch of Irish Whiskey and the suggestion of soft chocolate.

Additional Details

SKU:
11222-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Ireland
Alcohol %:
17
Region:
Ireland
Style:
Irish Cream
Varietal:
Liqueur

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