TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Baileys Red Velvet Irish Cream Liqueur

A few weeks ago we wrote about Bailey’s Red Velvet Irish Cream Liqueur in a product review. We’ve grown so very fond of it that we’ve elevated it to a Top Pick Of The Week. A special edition for Holiday 2019, chocolate lovers should not miss this one (photo #1). Baileys Red Velvet Irish Cream…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Mr. Black Cold Brew Espresso Liqueur, The Best Coffee Liqueur

When we first tasted Mr. Black at a trade show, it was magnificent—but only available in Australia, where it was created. Wholesale buyers liked it too, because now it’s widely available in the U.S. If you drink other coffee liqueurs, you’ve got to try Mr. Black. If you know a coffee drinker who’d enjoy sipping…
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GIFT: Lady M Mille Crepe Cake

Our favorite cake is probably the Mille Crêpe Cake from Lady M Confections, a cake boutique with six locations in Manhattan and more around the country. We say probably, because if you put us in front of a cake buffet, the first thing we’d eat would be the Mille Crêpe Cake. The name translates to…
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HOLIDAY GIFT: Baileys Red Velvet Irish Cream Liqueur

Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur had us at “hello.” Over the years, the liqueur’s portfolio has expanded far beyond Original Irish Cream liqueur, to Chocolate Cherry, Espresso Crème, Salted Caramel, Vanilla Cinnamon and limited-edition flavors for the holidays (Pumpkin Spice, Baileys Strawberries & Cream). Each flavor is an indulgent drinking experience…a substitute for ice cream…a treat…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK & STOCKING STUFFER: Divina Fig Spreads

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