Brady’s isn’t the biggest name in Irish Cream liqueurs… but it sure sounds a lot like it.
Turns out it tastes a lot like it, too.
At $12 a bottle (sometimes as little as $10), Brady’s is an extremely credible and, possibly of more importance, inexpensive knockoff of Bailey’s, the most noteworthy of standby dessert drink ingredients.
The flavor is mild, with a gently creamy milk chocolate character plus a bit of vanilla and just a hint of whiskey (that’s what makes it Irish, folks). Maybe some malted milk in there, too. Not too sweet, but not terribly complex, either.
Fine on the rocks, fine with coffee, it’s a perfectly acceptable cream liqueur. The dude on the bicycle that’s pictured on the label may not create the effect you’re looking for when trying to romance your gal pal, but if you pour it into an old Bailey’s bottle and pass it off as the “real” stuff, well, we won’t tell anyone.
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