Re: Baileys recipe in France
No sure which Bailey's cream recipe your talking about, but it its Mason's when you were discussing it yesterday in Advanced, see if this is it:
2 cups (US) of Irish whiskey. I use my own hooch with the Brewhaus
ultra premium Irish essence at 45%.
1 14oz can of Borden Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 Tablespoon Hershey's Chocolate Syrup in the can.
1 Tablespoon Instant Coffee. I like the Cafe' Bustello instant
1 Tablespoon real Vanilla Extract
1 Teaspoon Almond Extract.
Add it all to a blender and give it a whirl for 30 seconds or so Then
Bottle it and let it rest in the fridge. Its drinkable right out of
the gate but leave it alone for a week and its really good. Its much
stronger than the store bought version and will put you on your rear
pretty quick so you have been warned. If you start sipping on it from
day 1 you wil notice that from day to day the taste changes. One day
the coffee over powers it and the next it will be the almond extract
and so on. By 7 days it seems that everything has gotten comfortable
and happy with each other.
From his and Harry's thread "Sharing Bailey's Reicpe" http://groups.yahoo.com/group/new_distillers/message/30318
Vino es Veritas,
Jim aka Waldo.
--- In email@example.com, "burrows206" <jeffrey.burrows@...> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Can any one please point me in the direction of the Baileys recipe again as I've lost it I generally know the ingredients but as to amounts naw gone blank. (what's new?)
> Anyway the chocolate gloop is find-able. Condensed x 400gram tins are my route, instant coffee vanilla essence no prob. I haven't a clue as to getting glycerine here,
> I can find most things here hair of newt, toad nail clipping and larks vomit not a problem. But I can't seem to find any of the double cream ingredient here in France and when you ask they look at you as like you had two heads. I can't understand it some of the sauces they make here are to die for but they don't seem to know about double cream.
> (so the cream is off the cards)
- Thought I'd drag these out & dust 'em off for another go round. Enjoy!