Carol’s Home-made Irish Cream

Carol's Home made Irish Cream

This Irish cream is as near to the original as it could be. It has been rigorously taste tested and compared with the famous Bailey,  Hic, I would say it comes a very, very close second, and over ice. Is it 5 o’clock anywhere yet?????
And before you say anything I am so trying to get my portion control right but it’s truly taste tested. Hic, Enjoy!

10 oz Irish Whisky, I used Jamieson’s Irish Whiskey.
½ pt whipping cream
1 can condensed milk.
1 egg.
1½ tbsp Chocolate syrup.
½ tbsp each of Vanilla Extract, Coconut Extract and Chocolate Extract.

Blend all ingredients together and refrigerate.
Serve cold and or over Ice.
Now isn’t that easy? and,you can get about 4 batches from one bottle of Irish Whiskey so by my reckoning that’s lots of Irish Cream, Yeah

Note: The first time I made this I used 2 eggs as per the recipe but it was a little eggy so the next time I used 1 egg and it was perfect.

Modified, prepared, tried and tested by: Carol Taylor

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It has been rigorously taste tested

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