Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish whiskey and cream based liqueur manufactured by Diageo at Dublin, Ireland and Mallusk, Northern Ireland. It was launched in 1974 by Tom Jago and was the first cream based liqueur to be introduced in the global market.

This unique offering is produced from a blend of cream and whiskies from many distilleries and is used for preparing a number of cocktails. Here is the recipe of Baileys Honey Bee, a delicious cocktail.


  • Baileys Original Irish Cream – 75ml
  • ish Cream – 75ml
  • Honey – 12.5ml
  • Ice cubes
  • 2.3 units per serving

The Process

1. Take a shaker and pour Baileys into it. Next, add whisky followed by honey on the top.

2. Put some ice cubes into the shaker and shake briskly till the honey is completely dissolved.

3. Pour your drink a tumbler with ice cubes and enjoy. This drink is perfect for celebratory occasions such as Christmas.

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