Baileys Now Makes Salted Caramel Cold Brew Coffee In A Can
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And yes, these cold brews are non-alcoholic, so you can enjoy the creamy flavor of Baileys anytime and anywhere.
The new Baileys cold brew cans come in two flavors — Irish Cream and Salted Caramel. Made with 100% Arabica coffee, this sweet and smooth coffee is the perfect pick-me-up, no matter what time of day it is.
Here’s a peek of both flavors from @candyhunting’s Instagram:
And at just 230 calories per can, Baileys’ new cold brew cans are a smart bet for anyone looking to save cals (and cash!) as an alternative to their daily Starbucks run.
You can find these cold brew cans at select grocery stores like Meijer and online. But be advised: When we tried to locate these cans on Amazon, the Irish Cream flavor was unavailable and Salted Caramel was low in stock. So you’d better move fast if you want to enjoy these new cold brew flavors!
If you can’t get your hands on the new Baileys cans, not to worry. You can still enjoy the signature sweet cream flavors of Baileys with their refrigerated creamers, which come in various flavors, including Mocha Mudslide. Yum!
Made with real cream and genuine Baileys, these affordable creamers elevate a simple cup of coffee to a decadent treat. Best of all, you won’t have to break the bank for this caffeinated treat or deal with a long line at the Starbucks drive-thru.
Baileys is also great for baking. We urge you to try making this delicious Banana and Dulce de Leche Pie. Made with Baileys caramel coffee creamer, this recipe is proof that Baileys deserves a starring role in your favorite desserts.
You can also incorporate it into breakfast pastries, like these Mudslide Muffins pictured below on @baileyscreamers Instagram, although the recipe hails from @shugarysweets:
What’s your favorite Baileys-based recipe?