Recipe by Willymich Tronichols.
"A nice smooth Irish lady's drink with Irish cream, Canadian whiskey, milk and a hint of cinnamon."
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2 fluid ounces
Irish cream liqueur
1 fluid ounce
Canadian rye whiskey
This is different. I made it exactly as the recipe stated. I just don't know if I like the combination of milk and whiskey, when it isn't eggnog. I mean, it's like it's trying to be eggnog only with irish creme. I think I'll wait another couple days and make another one and see if I like it.
Nice kick to it.. yum. Love irish cream
Yummmm... But then again I'm a natural redhead. My other half (who is not) also liked it. I just added a pinch more milk and a few more cubes.
I've made this twice now, just realized I never reviewed it. I typically don't care for alcohol mixed with dairy but this is nice. It tastes 'light', maybe because it uses milk instead of cream or half&half. If you like your drink to be creamier, I would use that instead. Nice night cap!
I thought this was pretty good. I was worried that the whiskey taste would be a little strong, it is a tad, but it does get lighter as the 2 ice cubes melt. The Irish Cream, cinnamon, and milk combo is great though. I could just mix them together. I will try it with less whiskey next time. Edit Note: I did try making a second one and did 1/2 oz. only of the whiskey and it was much better.
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