The liqueur, which is the first drink produced as two separate liqueurs in one bottle, also makes a difference with its taste.
The white part of the bottle consists of fresh Irish cream and vanilla flavor. It is a light liqueur with 15.5% alcohol content.
The other side, which is dark in color, has an alcohol content of 37.6%. It consists of a chocolate-flavored, whiskey-based dark coffee liqueur. It has an intense coffee taste balanced with chocolate.
Sheridan’s can be described as a rich, full-bodied and intense flavor. Harmonious flavors complement each other perfectly.
Originating in Dublin, the liqueur has been produced since 1994.
The first question that comes to mind for those who see the bottle is how to pour it into a glass…
The classic ratio is 2 parts chocolate coffee liqueur and 1 part creamy vanilla. To achieve this ratio, it must be poured into the glass with the dark part of the bottle close to the glass.
Since the dark and light colored parts are liquors of different densities, they do not mix when pouring. As a result, two different colors are formed in the glass.
The mechanism, which pours two liquids in one motion, ensures perfect service every time.
For a good presentation, the liquor should be served in transparent glasses.
A good accompaniment to various desserts, Sheridan’s is always preferred cold, even with ice.