Tuesday, December 21, 2010


The GAP Team celebrated its traditional Holiday party at a local casual eatery where everyone enjoyed plates of great hors d’ouvres and cocktails followed by lunch, and our not so “Secret Santa” gift giveaway. The tradition continued with the receiving of specially chosen holiday ornaments that match a personality, hobby or favorite thing. The team shared up a few hilarities and a round of oohs, aahs and yippees when all opened their gift of an Apple iPad in unison.

Discussions about each person’s family traditions became a conversation topic over dessert and after-dessert drinks, including, what else? Traditional holiday drinks. Here are two drinks using Bailey’s Irish Cream.

Enjoy. Happy Holidays!

Bailey’s® Best Hot Chocolate

1 oz Bailey's® Irish cream
Freshly made Hot chocolate (homemade, or the packaged kind will do)

Pour Bailey's Irish Cream into a coffee mug then fill with prepared Hot Chocolate. Stir briskly until frothy. Top with whipped cream or mini marshmallows. Dust with cocoa powder and garnish with a cherry.

Bailey’s® Holiday Mint Hot Chocolate

1 oz Bailey's® Irish cream
1 oz creme de menthe
6 oz freshly made hot chocolate (homemade, or the packaged kind will do)
1 oz whipped cream
shaved chocolate
Pour the Bailey's Irish cream, creme de menthe and hot chocolate into a mug. Stir. Top with whipped cream, and shaved chocolate.

Please share your favorite holiday drink recipe. As always, please drink responsibly.

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