7 Amazing Baileys and amaretto cocktails
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7 Amazing Baileys and Amaretto Cocktails + 4 Baileys Shots

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When it comes to Baileys and amaretto cocktails, you’ll notice that there are a ton of ingredients you can pair these spirits with. If you are looking for a sweet and nutty cocktail recipe, you have to try one of these seven amazing drinks with Baileys Irish Cream and amaretto.  

1. Buttered Toffee Cocktail

by Homemade Food Junkie

It’s buttery, warm, and decadent. The Buttered Toffee Cocktail from Homemade Food Junkie is a blend of Amaretto, Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream, milk, and heavy cream. 

Shake the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice, pour over fresh ice in a lowball glass, and serve this delicious drink at your next gathering with friends. 

2. International Incident

by Recipes Just 4U

The International Incident by Recipes Just 4U is a cocktail that got its name from its collection of ingredients. The Frangelico and Amaretto ingredients are from Northern Italy, while the Baileys Irish Cream hails from Ireland, Kahlua from Mexico, and vodka from Russia (usually). 

The International Incident tastes awesome and comes with a fun backstory!  

3. Frozen Banana and Amaretto Cocktail

by Italian Food Fast

Italian Food Fast’s Frozen Banana and Amaretto are one of those cocktails that can be served as a dessert or just enjoyed by the pool. 

Add banana liqueur, Amaretto, Baileys Irish Cream, double cream, and milk with crushed ice in a blender. Blend it up until smooth, then pour it into a glass when it’s ready, and dust the top with cinnamon. 

4. Baileys & Amaretto Hot-Tails

by The Londoner

Create this delicious Baileys Irish Cream and Amaretto Hot-Tail recipe by The Londoner to share by the fire. The drink is essentially a homemade spiked hot chocolate complete with whipped cream and an optional candy cane. 

5. Bailey’s Cocktail (The Mackenzie)

by Aubrey’s Kitchen

There are many similar drinks to The Mackenzie created by Aubrey’s Kitchen, though this Bailey’s and Amaretto cocktail recipe is a personalized experience. The instructions technically say soy milk, but in the notes of the recipe, they mention several milk options. 

Otherwise, the ingredients you need are Bailey’s Irish Cream, Amaretto, and vodka. 

6. Baileys and Amaretto Martini

by Craft Gin Club

This Bailey’s and Amaretto Martini recipe from Craft Gin Glub combines gin, amaretto, Baileys, and cream with a cocoa powder rim and nutmeg garnish. And surprisingly enough, the ingredients work so well together.

7. Snicker’s Cocktail

by I Am Baker

Dessert cocktails like the Snicker’s Cocktail recipe from I Am Baker are our favorite. The ingredients, which include chocolate syrup, vanilla vodka, white chocolate liqueur, heavy cream, and of course, Bailey’s Irish Cream and amaretto, truly taste like a liquid Snickers. 

Bonus: Baileys & Amaretto Shots

Bl*w Job Shot

by Liquor.com

The Bl*w Job Shot is a popular shooter recipe with Bailey’s Irish Cream and amaretto which are layered and topped with whipped cream. The catch is there are no hands allowed!

Screaming Org*sm Shot

by Tipsy Bartender

The Screaming Org*sm Shot recipe from Tipsy Bartender has layered ingredients starting with coffee liqueur, then amaretto, Irish cream, and vodka.

Flaming Henry

by Difford’s Guide

The Flaming Henry recipe by Difford’s Guide is another layered shot, except this one comes with a flame! Amaretto and Irish cream get layered underneath bourbon, which gets lit on fire before serving. 

ABC Shot

by Cocktail Hunter

ABC Shot

The ABC Shot recipe by Cocktail Hunter is named after its ingredients which are amaretto, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and Cointreau. Instead of layering, add the ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice, stir, and then strain. 

Irish Cream and Amaretto Drinks Are A Sweet Treat

Grab a few ingredients from the store and create one of these cocktails or shooters for dessert. Post your review below to let us know which is your favorite.

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