The days are getting shorter, the temperatures have taken a very decided dip, and everyone is starting to bundle up and begin the hibernation process, but never fear, we have the perfect cheer-up remedy to take your mind off the upcoming long months of winter.
The already delicious Baileys Irish Creme has taken the leap into the realm of pumpkin spice this year and for a limited time only you can get your hands on our favorite new drink for the the Fall.
Only available from until the end of November, Pumpkin Spice Baileys adds the flavors of sweet cinnamon and baking spices, luscious maple, brown sugar, and baked pie crust to the creamy liqueur and is sure to go down a treat all by itself or even as a tasty addition to your coffee.
“With the launch of Baileys Pumpkin Spice, consumers everywhere can indulge in the delicious new flavor that brings together two seasonal favorites, and exemplifies the spirit of Baileys,” said Nicola Heckles, Director or Liqueurs at Diageo, the owners of Baileys.
“We encourage consumers to celebrate the season responsibly and enjoy Baileys Pumpkin Spice in style.”
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Just as the Irish brought the tradition of Jack O’ Lanterns to the US (they originally used to carve scary faces into turnips), this is a new Irish twist to tradition that we can definitely get on board with this Halloween season.
Baileys themselves recommend you try it in a pumpkin spice latte, an old-fashioned pumpkin, or a pumpkin spiced chai but we’d also suggest giving it a go in some of these IrishCentral recipes, sure to give them just a little extra kick:
- Guinness and Baileys Irish cupcake recipe
- Delicious Baileys Irish cream cheesecake recipe
- Recipe for chocolate brownies with Bailey’s Irish cream topping
- Baileys Irish cream frozen soufflé recipe
- Bailey’s Irish cream cheese swirl brownies recipe
Bottles of the new pumpkin spice blend are currently retailing between $20 and $36 per 750ml bottle.
Have you tried out the new Baileys Pumpkin Spice? Let us know what you thought in the comments section, below.