Baileys With A Hint Of Coffee

Kasey from Porter Novelli sent me some of the new Baileys with a hint of coffee. It was perfect timing as I was going to try my hand at making some fudge. I think fudge is a great Christmas present. I mean who doesn't like chewy gooey squares of sweetness. It just spells Christmas to me.

The Baileys came with some information and a recipe for fudge. It was a really simple recipe and it took no time at all. It was 41 in the west when I made this so I couldn't take good shots of what I made. But I can assure you it tasted great and really packs a punch from the Baileys.


150ml Baileys with a Hint of Coffee
50ml milk
30g butter
350g caster sugar
300g white chocolate
Butter for greasing


1. Grease the cake tin with butter and chop up white chocolate into small pieces

2. Measure out 125ml of Baileys and pour into the saucepan

3. Add the milk, butter and caster sugar and put the pan over a low heat. Stir occasionally, until the sugar has dissolved and the butter melted – this will take about 10 minutes

4. Turn up the heat to medium and let the mixture gently simmer while stirring constantly. You want the bubbles to be calmly breaking the surface for 10 minutes.

5. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in chopped-up chocolate and the last 25ml of Baileys. Keep stirring until the chocolate has melted and you have a beautifully smooth consistency

6. If the chocolate doesn't melt, put the pan back over a low heat and stir until silky smooth

7. Transfer to the tin and chill in the fridge for at least two hours, or until it has set completely

8. Remove from the fridge, cut into pieces and enjoy!

Baileys with a Hint of Coffee is in stores now and will be available in 700ml with an RRP of $34.99. Its the perfect Christmas gift.

Fiona (November 22, 2009)  

One shot for the fudge, one with ice cubes for me! yums!

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (November 22, 2009)  

Baileys fudge?? Heaven! I agree with Fiona too :)

♥peachkins♥ (November 22, 2009) anything with coffee..

Stephcookie (November 23, 2009)  

I'm not a huge fan of baileys, but anything in fudge form sounds lovely to me! Looks fab :)

Ellie (November 23, 2009)  

I love baileys but yet to try this new flavour.

Karine (November 23, 2009)  

I am a bit like Stephcookies. I don't do Bailey's but I would certainly try it in fudge :)

Trissa (November 23, 2009)  

I don't drink alcohol because I find the taste too strong but this sounds really good. Your pics are great!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (November 24, 2009)  

Looks great! Fudge is one of those deceptively hard things to make :)

Mimi (November 24, 2009)  

This sounds so incredibly delicious.

Chow and Chatter (November 24, 2009)  

oh wow baileys fudge i am in heaven!

MaryMoh (November 25, 2009)  

Gosh...this looks utterly rich and irresistible. Baileys brings a beautiful kick.

Betty (November 25, 2009)  

i have some (tia maria)? i think i at home i wonder if the recipe will work with that?

Linda@eatshowandtell (November 25, 2009)  

I never knew it was so easy to make fudge, hahaha unless you just make it sound easy. I love the combination though, definitely something to get people into the festive period.

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