Vintage Baileys Barware & Recipes

It’s the Holidays… and with that comes the party season. It’s the perfect time to get your vintage glassware out to serve delicious cocktails. I myself enjoy creating a little drinks menu for my guests. If you’re entertaining, here are a few recipes for serving Baileys based cocktails. Sure to delight your guests!

Here I’m showcasing a few different styles by Baileys. They’re all available from my Etsy Shop.

You can thank me later.

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Perfect for serving Old Fashion Pumpkin Spice

Old Fashion Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice and Everything nice.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1.5 OZ Baileys™ Pumpkin Spice
  • .75 OZ Bourbon (Bulleit™ preferred)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Shake with ice and serve.

SERVING TIPS

  • Try using Bulleit™ Bourbon to experience the best of both worlds.
 This recipe contains no more than 0.6 fl oz. of alcohol per serving.
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Cordial style glasses for serving Irish Milk and Honey

Irish Milk and Honey

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 OZ Baileys™ Vanilla Cinnamon Irish Cream Liqueur
  • 0.5 OZ Irish Whiskey
  • Whipped Cream
  • Honey

DIRECTIONS

  1. Mix ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Drizzle honey into shot glass.
  3. Strain liquid into shot glass.
  4. Add dollop of whipped cream. Drizzle extra honey on top.
  5. Drizzle extra honey on top.

This recipe contains no more than 0.6 fl oz. of alcohol per serving.

SERVING TIPS

  • Lavender honey is a great choice for its floral, herbal finish.

 

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Use to serve up scrumptious Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Salted Caramel Apple Pie

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 OZ Baileys™ SaltedCaramel
  • ½ OZ Smirnoff® Apple
  • 1 Red apple slice

DIRECTIONS

  1. Add Baileys and Smirnoff in an ice filled shaker.
  2. Rim shot glass with cinnamon and sugar mix.
  3. Strain liquid into shot glass and garnish with an apple slice.

SERVING TIPS

  • Dust the apple slice with cinnamon and sugar, for extra indulgence.
This recipe contains no more than 0.6 fl oz. of alcohol per serving.
All recipes courtesy Baileys.com. Remember to serve responsibly.
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