A real Easter treat is Feeney’s Irish Coffee >> www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/

A real Easter treat is Feeney’s Irish Coffee >> www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/

A real Easter treat is Feeney’s Irish Coffee

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Feeney’s Irish Cream Liqueur is luxury in a bottle. A blend of real dairy cream from Irish farms, rich chocolate and aged Irish Whiskey gives Feeney’s a luxurious taste and a long, lingering finish. It takes just 24 hours from dairy to distillery to create Feeney’s Irish Cream.

Tesco’s stocks 1 litre bottles RRP:£15.00 and 31Dover.com stocks 70cl bottles RRP: £12.50 and 1 litre bottles £15.00 and Amazon. ABV: 17%.  See more at :- www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/

Heat gently 100ml Feeney’s Irish Cream with 1 cup of freshly brewed coffee and serve in a toddy glass topped with 1 teaspoon of whipped cream and grated chocolate.

Feeney’s Irish Cream

Feeney’s Irish Cream is marketed as the world’s most luxurious Irish Cream Liqueur. Feeney’s contains 100% Irish whiskey, masterfully distilled in the heart of Ireland and matured for at least three years.

Tom Feeney

For over 25 years, Tom Feeney produced Irish Creams by blending real dairy cream from Irish farms around County Laois, with rich chocolate and aged Irish Whiskey. Today, Feeney’s is made in Abbeyleix, County Laois, with the same quality and craftsmanship that Tom originally inspired.
Feeney’s was launched in the UK at The Soho Shebeen Pop Up Bar in London and is owned by First Ireland Spirits, part of the Quintessential Brands Group. The Feeney’s Distillery is located in Abbeyleix, in the heart of Ireland.

Awards

Feeney’s Irish Cream has won several international awards including Double Gold at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition and was voted Platinum Best in Class at the SIP Consumer Taste Awards in the US. Feeney’s has also been awarded 4/5 Stars by the respected Difford’s Guide for Discerning Drinkers which describes it as: “Creamy with chocolate, hazelnuts and subtle whiskey and spice.”