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Baileys Chocolat Luxe Liqueur #TreatUp

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Baileys Chocolat Luxe Liqueur #TreatUpBaileys Chocolat Luxe Liqueur #TreatUp

Baileys Chocolat Luxe Liqueur #TreatUp

This is a gorgeous blend of decadent Belgian chocolate and Baileys Original Irish Cream, Chocolat Luxe is utterly indulgent – and completely unforgettable. The fusion of luxurious Belgian chocolate, Irish whiskey and cream has resulted in a rich drinking experience that brings together two adored favourites into a decadent treat. This is a pure, unadulterated molten chocolate pleasure.

If you enjoy Bailey’s and you’re a fan of chocolate, you’ll probably really enjoy this liqueur. It’s delicious and rich in flavour, with a smooth and creamy texture. Whilst it’s not the sort of thing I’d want to drink every day. This is perfect for special occasions or as a gift. It comes in a deluxe bottle, and looks very decorative.

This is rich and sweet but my goodness it tastes so good! It’s the perfect drink after dessert on a night time aperitif. Silky smooth, rich chocolate texture really gives this the feel of a luxurious brand. This has real Belgian chocolate added. It is thick, rich, chocolaty and oh so delicious. It reminds me of the alcoholic chocolate sauce you get with profiteroles. It is every bit as decadently delightful as I’d hoped: richly creamy and chocolatey without losing the original Bailey’s taste–as long as you remember to shake before pouring.

We also like to use it as a sauce topping for vanilla ice-cream. The blend of the two together is deliciously delightful. We usually have a bottle of Bailey’s in the fridge, but I think this one is going to have to be a special treat because it disappears way too fast. Quite addictive!

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