Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Friday Night Cocktail

cockhero.jpg

Like coffee? Like Baileys? Like cocktails?

If the answer is no, take a look at some less creamy mixes, otherwise, crack open your favourite blend and a Baileys and get mixing.

==

Baileys Tiramisu Frappe (MAKES ONE COCKTAIL)

In a blender, mix 1 scoop of coffee ice cream, 1 shot of espresso, 50ml of Baileys Biscotti Flavour and 2 small biscotti or biscuits of your choice.

Drizzle chocolate down the inside of a tall elegant glass, pour in the frappe and add a sprinkling of biscotti crumbs.

Baileys Mochatini (MAKES ONE COCKTAIL)

Drop several ice cubes into a shaker and pour over 75ml of Baileys with a hint of coffee, 25ml/small espresso shot and 25ml of Smirnoff No.21® Vodka.

Shake together and strain drink into a chilled cocktail/Martini glass. Garnish with chocolate shavings or chocolate flake and indulge.

Serve with small cubes of brownie or solid coffee cake on a cocktail stick

Baileys Espresso Chill (MAKES ONE COCKTAIL)

50ml Baileys, a double espresso shot (allowed to cool), 50ml cold milk and a cup of crushed ice.

Place all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously.

Serve in a tall slim glass and garnish with coffee beans.

Baileys Latte (MAKES ONE COCKTAIL)

Pour 100ml of espresso (2 shots) into a latte glass.

Combine 150ml of hot milk with 50ml Baileys and then slowly pour into the glass.

Comments

Latest...

Black coffee lovers, science says you're more likely to be psychopaths

“I take my coffee black – like my soul”

by Kayleigh Dray
22 Jun 2017

All aboard! There's a gin train coming to town

Sate your wanderlust with a round-the-world ‘journey’

by Nicola Colyer
21 Jun 2017

Rosé wine (aka the best wine) is getting its own boozy summer festival

Prepare to get pink-wine paninied

by Kayleigh Dray
21 Jun 2017

This £7.99 sparkling wine officially tastes as good as champagne

All the pizzazz for a slither of the price

by Anna Brech
21 Jun 2017

Got hay fever? Here's why a G&T should be your drink of choice

A cooling gin and tonic could help to curb a runny nose and sore eyes.

by Hayley Spencer
20 Jun 2017

Vegan Londoners are being treated to a meat-free burger bar next month

Not an animal product in sight at this fast-food joint

by Amy Swales
16 Jun 2017

Sacré bleu, we’re about to be hit by a croissant shortage

What is going to happen to our flaky pieces of joy?

by Jasmine Andersson
15 Jun 2017

The important thing to consider before buying alcoholic ice lollies

Police have issued a warning to everyone stocking up on prosecco popsicles

by Moya Crockett
15 Jun 2017

Know your mother’s ruin: 6 gin styles explained

Sort your Old Tom from your London Dry

by Amy Swales
14 Jun 2017

The clever kitchen gadget set to change the way we drink wine

We chucking two glasses a week down the sink because we don’t finish the bottle

by Amy Swales
14 Jun 2017