Irish cream liqueor

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  1. bigcans

    bigcans Refuge Member

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    here in WA, safeway in my small farming town has a 1.75 litre of Oconnerys irish cream liqueur on sale for just 19.00 The best I've ever had was Amorula. it's from Africa. but the price just went up from 20.00 a litre to 42.00 for 1.75. look for it if you wanna treat your wife to a good taste. cold on the rocks is a good way to go besides coffee. Cheers in the duck blind
     
  2. Duckfiend

    Duckfiend Senior Refuge Member

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    8B3E581F-F9B7-4262-9E8C-8D9E849111B3.jpeg Thanks for the tip. I have been making my own the last two years with a recipe off the web. If making your own I would recommend leaving the almond extract out at first unless you like it in there. Based on this I plan to order marula oil and substitute this in for the almond extract next time. Great handle, best I have seen so far in my opinion. Got my mind to wandering all over the place. I had a great can hunt this past weekend. Exciting bird to hunt for me.
     
  3. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    My current fav is Carolines, but I tried O'Connery's earlier this week for the first time because they were out of Carolines. We mix up a pot of stout coffee, add some Irish Cream, Capt. Morgan rum, and Amore Amaretto, and pour it off into a pre-heated thermos that will hold an entire pot of coffee. Only bad part is all the bathroom breaks...
     
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  4. bang you'r dead

    bang you'r dead Canada Forum Mod. Eh! Moderator Flyway Manager

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    When in Hawaii, we grabbed a 1.75 litre bottle of the Costco brand "irish cream " liquor for our morning coffees . Really good value! It was under $20 a bottle if I remember.
     
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    For a nice big jug as well, I always have jug in the refer, I'm not a big dessert guy. So when I get a sweet tooth after a big meal or while kicking back in front of the fire watching movies. I'll pour myself two parts Tullamore Dew and one part Costco Irish cream and drop a few whisky stones into the glass, or top it off with some strong hot coffee. Good stuff after a cold day in the blind as well.
     

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