Friday, April 12, 2024

Baileys reveals new limited edition flavour ‘Mint Choc Shake’

Baileys is back with a new flavour and colour: Mint Choc Shake.

The new limited edition flavour blends the Irish spirit of Baileys Original Irish Cream (17% ABV) with fresh mint, dark chocolate and creamy vanilla flavours. Baileys Mint Choc Shake is launching in participating bars and restaurants from w/c 11th March and in stores from w/c 1st April.

To celebrate its new flavour, Baileys has also released two new serves to enjoy: the Mint Choc Milkshake and the Mint Choc Sipper.

The latest launch brings a St Patrick’s Day twist to the signature branding of its Baileys Original Irish Cream, complete with splash designs and a mint green colourway.

Charlotte Gibbon, Director of Gins, Pimms, Baileys and Non-alc at Diageo, said: “At Baileys, we’re sticking to our Irish roots by launching Mint Choc Shake around St Patrick’s Day.

“Treating should be an everyday occasion, but our latest limited edition flavour offers a completely unique experience to shake things up this year. Delicious on its own or enjoyed as the Mint Choc Shake and Mint Choc Sipper, our new flavour is perfect for mint lovers.”

Baileys Mint Choc Shake is available to purchase on thebar.com from the 1st March and in participating bars and restaurants from w/c 11th March. Baileys fans will also be able to purchase Mint Choc Shake at all Sainsbury’s, COOP, Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and on Amazon from 1st April. RRP £17. 17% ABV.

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