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How does Aldi Irish Cream compare with Baileys?

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FlukeSkyeRunner Fri 03-Mar-17 11:16:09

The title says it all really! Anyone tried Aldi Irish Cream?

OdinsLoveChild Fri 03-Mar-17 11:19:55

Yes, Ive tried it. You can tell its not Baileys but its a nice drink. Its lighter/thinner and slightly sweeter. If you put it in a dessert like cheesecake or ice cream you would struggle to tell if its genuinely Baileys or not.

Flywheel Fri 03-Mar-17 11:21:01

Fine in a recipe, but not as nice to drink.

MyNameIsInigoMontoya Fri 03-Mar-17 11:21:27

I had it once and was a little disappointed even though I'd seen good comments about it. Someone gave me a bottle of Tesco's version though and I liked that, found it more like the real thing.

foxychox Fri 03-Mar-17 11:26:54

Our local curry house has started provided this instead of Baileys (Irish Cream on menu so no laws broken) and it is vile, too sweet and watery. Might be ok in a recipe but not to drink...

WhoKn0wsWhereTheTimeG0es Fri 03-Mar-17 11:42:39

I've heard it tastes like molten plastic.

OdinsLoveChild Fri 03-Mar-17 11:45:12

I really thought it was ok to drink, clearly I'm in a minority but I do love brown sauce on toast so maybe I'm not the best person to ask for culinary advice grin

DevelopingDetritus Fri 03-Mar-17 11:59:07

I've not tried it but as an alternative I like Tesco salted caramel, usually on offer for £10.

winekeepsmesane Fri 03-Mar-17 12:00:13

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winekeepsmesane Fri 03-Mar-17 12:00:14

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Cookingongas Sat 04-Mar-17 08:52:35

I like it! It's NOT baileys but it's a nice drink imo

FlukeSkyeRunner Sat 04-Mar-17 22:11:37

Thanks everyone - probably not for me if its sweeter.

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