Bulldog n’ Baileys Holiday Cocktail


Just because I can’t drink at the moment doesn’t mean I don’t need to make the other person living in this house delicious festive cocktails this Christmas! Last night was the perfect night to do so, we watched a Christmas movie and I whipped up a festive treat for Zan to sip on. He is the taste-tester for all of my drink posts until I have this baby! He’s brutally honest when it comes to this stuff and will always tell me the truth, but if you don’t like this drink it’s his fault, haha! Just kidding ; ) This is a super simple cocktail recipe (everyone loves simple!) and it definitely smelled delightful, ha! I used a really tasty premium gin called Bulldog and Baileys Irish Cream, which is a favorite around the holidays. I think it’s worth a try of you’re having some friends over for a holiday dinner. It’s kind of an alternative to an eggnog cocktail. Read below for the most festive Bulldog Gin cocktail recipe…

Bulldog n’ Baileys Holiday Cocktail Recipe 
3oz milk or cream
1.5 oz Baileys Irish Cream
1 oz Bulldog Gin
1 egg white
1 teaspoon powder sugar
A dash of cinnamon

In a cocktail shaker combine ice, milk, Bulldog Gin, Baileys Irish Cream and shake, shake, shake! It will be nice and frothy when you pour it into a glass, which is what you want : ) Beat an egg white on high until stiff peaks form. Add in 1 teaspoon powder sugar and beat on high again for a few seconds. Spoon the egg white on top of the cocktail and sprinkle cinnamon over it. Then add a cinnamon stick for a festive garnish. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!!

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4 responses to Bulldog n’ Baileys Holiday Cocktail

  1. December 5, 2011

    It’s a pretty easy “sophisticated” cocktail but I also have an easy, favorite one for the Holidays: grab a champagne bottle from the cellar, pop it and serve 😉

  2. rahel
    December 6, 2011

    we made this today and totally loved it! thank you & happy holydays from switzerland! love your blog!

  3. April 26, 2013

    Your method of explaining the whole thing in this post is truly good, all be capable of simply know it,
    Thanks a lot.

  4. Snow White
    June 2, 2014

    It’s not the holidays but I’ll drink this all year round…it’s THAT good. I never would have imagined that my two favourite spirits would come together so well. YUM! And thank you!

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