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Five Farms Irish Cream 750ml

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Five Farms is made with the richest dairy cream, smooth and sweet and luxurious. The mild climate and abundant rainfall in County Cork result in fertile farmland for dairy cattle, who spend their days basking in the fresh sea air and grazing on vibrant green grass.

The “happy cows” of County Cork produce the highest quality milk, and the collection in single batches assures that Five Farms starts with a rich and creamy base product that is consistent from batch to batch.

34 Proof (ABV 17%)

County Cork
County Cork is the largest and southernmost county in Ireland, home to the city of Cork, the second-largest city in the country. It is sometimes referred to as “The Rebel County” or “The People’s Republic of Cork,” a nod to the region’s reputation for challenging authority. County Cork’s long history of rebellion dates back to the 9th Century arrival of the Vikings and was cemented by the county’s role on the front lines during the Irish War of Independence in the early 1900s.

The diverse landscape of County Cork includes everything from rugged coastline to lush countryside, dotted with quaint villages in between. The mild climate and abundant rainfall are ideal for the hundreds of family-owned dairy farms in the region, and the centuries-old tradition of distilling authentic Irish Whiskey is an industry that thrives to this day.

The region is renowned for its breathtaking cathedrals and monasteries, some dating back to the 12th Century. County Cork is also home to the famed Blarney Stone and the port town of Cobh, which was the departure point for millions of Irish emigrants over a century ago and the last port of call for The Titanic before it departed on its fateful journey in 1912.


Ireland is a country that is rich in history, where the traditions of the past influence the practices of the modern age.
The Tradition of Irish Cream
The dairy farming industry in Ireland dates back thousands of years. Temperate climate and fertile soils have long provided ideal conditions for producing milk, butter, cheese, and other dairy products. The importance of dairy farming to the Irish and their livelihood is mentioned even in Early Irish Law or “Brehon Laws,” which valued milk cows as the highest form of currency.

Farmers in Cork began producing butter commercially as early as the 1700s, and it was soon one of Ireland’s chief exports. Eventually, Cork became one of the main shipping points in Ireland.

The term whiskey originates from the Gaelic phrase “uisce beatha,” or “water of life.” Though it has never been confirmed, many believe that Irish monks passed on the technique after they learned to distill perfumes in the Mediterranean around 1000 A.D. The Irish adapted the recipe to make their signature whiskey.

By the late 18th century, approximately 2,000 whiskey stills were operating in Ireland, only a third of which were legal, and by 1885, that number had dwindled to 28. The rise of the Anglo-Irish trade war and the invention of the Patent Still effectively shut down remaining production.

Whiskey distilleries are currently experiencing a resurgence in Ireland, and contemporary Irish distillers are revitalizing the centuries-old tradition through hard work and dedication. As of August 2017, there are now 18 active whiskey distilleries in the country.

 


rich and creamy

Emerald Isle
2.0 oz Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur
1.0 oz 360 Sorrento Lemon Flavored Vodka
0.5 oz Créme de Menthe
0.5 oz Maple Syrup

In a shaker add Five Farms, 360 Sorrento Lemon Flavored Vodka, Créme de Menthe, and Maple syrup. Dry shake for 30 seconds. Add ice to shaker and shake again for 30 seconds. Strain into a chilled glass. Garnish with a fresh lemon twist.Emerald Isle
2.0 oz Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur
1.0 oz 360 Sorrento Lemon Flavored Vodka
0.5 oz Créme de Menthe
0.5 oz Maple Syrup

In a shaker add Five Farms, 360 Sorrento Lemon Flavored Vodka, Créme de Menthe, and Maple syrup. Dry shake for 30 seconds. Add ice to shaker and shake again for 30 seconds. Strain into a chilled glass. Garnish with a fresh lemon twist.

Irish Chocolate Truffle Martini
3 oz Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur
1 oz 360 Double Chocolate Flavored Vodka*

The Five Farms Irish Chocolate Truffle Martini combines the decadent taste of chocolate with the rich flavor of Five Farms Irish Cream Liqueur. A martini and a dessert all in one.

In a shaker, add ice, Five Farms, and 360 Double Chocolate. Shake until chilled and serve in a martini glass. Garnish with chocolate shavings.

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