Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

With St Patricks Day coming I thought this would be a nice new drink to try for your yearly celebration!


  1. Put the ice in a fluted champagne glass.
  2. Add the Irish Cream and Chambord.
  3. Top with whipped cream and berries.


Most Helpful

Omigosh, do I ever love this drink! In all fairness, I called this recipe before it got popular, when choosing the "pick your chef" recipes. I thought it tasted like a chocolate-covered raspberry. I didn't have any problems with "curdling" at all. But then again, I'm trying to watch calories, so I didn't add the whipped cream and berries. I can only imagine how heavenly it would be with those additions. I just mixed Bailey's and Chambord over ice (a bit more Bailey's than Chambord) and I thought it was to DIE for - will be enjoying this often. Thanks, Michelle S., for a lovely after dinner drink I'll make for myself and guests!

Lizzie-Babette March 21, 2003

absolutely delicious after dinner cocktail, tastes like dessert, with a buzz. bravo!

chia March 14, 2003

Oh my was this good--- WAY too good!!! You don't have to wait for Saint Patty's Day to enjoy one, or two, of these luscious cocktails, but be careful! I floated the cream on top, and had no problem with it curdling. Thanks Michelle!

BecR June 11, 2009

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