BAILEYS FLAT WHITE MARTINI COCKTAIL

Baileys is a popular Irish brand known for producing cream-based liqueur and Irish whiskey. Baileys Irish Cream was established by Tom Jago and commenced production in 1971. This trademark is currently owned by Diageo and is manufactured at Nangor Road in Dublin, Ireland and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland. The alcohol content of the liqueur is 17% by volume.

The Baileys Flat White Martini is one of the most well-known recipes created using the iconic liqueur and is served at bars all over the world. Following is the recipe of Baileys Flat White Martini.

Ingredients

  • Baileys Original Irish Cream – 50ml
  • Espresso – 25ml
  • Milk – 10ml
  • Ice cubes
  • 0.9 units per serve

The Process

Baileys is a popular Irish brand known for producing cream-based liqueur and Irish whiskey. Baileys Irish Cream was established by Tom Jago and commenced production in 1971. This trademark is currently owned by Diageo and is manufactured at Nangor Road in Dublin, Ireland and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland. The alcohol content of the liqueur is 17% by volume.

The Baileys Flat White Martini is one of the most well-known recipes created using the iconic liqueur and is served at bars all over the world. Following is the recipe of Baileys Flat White Martini.


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