Pink Baileys Is the Drink We Didn’t Know We Need in Our Lives

Pink Baileys Is the Drink We Didn't Know

Lately, we have seen pink foods and drinks taking over the world: rosé wine sales are soaring, gin the colour of blush is gracing gleaming globe glasses with premium tonics, and ruby chocolate made headlines this year with its fruity taste and its millennial friendly shade.

Get your cameras ready for the next rosy tipple: Pink Baileys, a combination of the popular Irish cream liqueur, milk, cream and cherry heering. The creation, named Baileys Blush, was created by East London mixologist Missy Flynn as part of the Christmas cocktail menu for All Bar One, a chain with over 50 venues across the UK.

As if its ballerina pink colour and creamy texture weren’t enough, the cocktail is garnished with edible glitter. Pink Blush is one in a range of four signature cocktails, each based on a trend that left a mark in 2017. “Everything pink” was the inspiration for this pink Baileys tipple, while rum-based Turmeric Sour was crafted after the namesake spice. Root N Mule is a vodka based drink inspired by beetroot and Forager Mash is a gin drink created to honour the trend of wild foraging.

Fashionable and appealing, the drinks even come with their own hashtag #Spiritof17 and are currently available in All Bar One.

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