Willards Irish Cream

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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby warramungas » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:29 am

Depends whether you used cream or the cream mix powdered stuff they sell as well.
Real cream tastes better but only lasts as long as, well, cream.
The powder base (cant remember the name) lasts a lot longer but it wont last as well as the store bought liquors.
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Pist n broke » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:30 pm

I just did the mix with the base etc and it tasted like camel piss.... friggen terrible. The o’rileys was thousand percent better
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby bluc » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:32 pm

What spirit you use? Crap in crap out?
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby bluc » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:45 pm

Sorry my bad i will crawl back into my hole i thought this was a different thread :oops: :))
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Pist n broke » Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:45 pm

bluc wrote:What spirit you use? Crap in crap out?


I read that willards Irish cream was real good... I got the bottle essence and the base mix powder and mixed it up as per directions and it tastes bloody awful. I don't know if the premix bottle was the good one.... I had already tried the still spirit Irish cream and the o'rielys cream and both of them were really good... Very close.... When I heard everyone saying willards as the go, I thought I would try it..... Will tip that one down the drain.... YUCK
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby bluc » Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:50 pm

Sorry bud i thought we were in the aussie cream thread. I have not done essences so cant comment on willards..
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby tipsy » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:09 pm

Pist n broke wrote:
bluc wrote:What spirit you use? Crap in crap out?


I read that willards Irish cream was real good... I got the bottle essence and the base mix powder and mixed it up as per directions and it tastes bloody awful. I don't know if the premix bottle was the good one.... I had already tried the still spirit Irish cream and the o'rielys cream and both of them were really good... Very close.... When I heard everyone saying willards as the go, I thought I would try it..... Will tip that one down the drain.... YUCK
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The Willards I've used was a bottle of maybe 100 - 200ml liquid. No powder or essence.
It's good, but the Aussie cream is sooo much better.

actually 375mm http://samuelwillards.com.au/irish-cream-liqueur/
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Otago Elvis » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:39 pm

Pist n broke wrote:
bluc wrote:What spirit you use? Crap in crap out?


I read that willards Irish cream was real good... I got the bottle essence and the base mix powder and mixed it up as per directions and it tastes bloody awful. I don't know if the premix bottle was the good one.... I had already tried the still spirit Irish cream and the o'rielys cream and both of them were really good... Very close.... When I heard everyone saying willards as the go, I thought I would try it..... Will tip that one down the drain.... YUCK
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No base mix. Just pour this into neutral

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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Cheersbigears » Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:28 am

Dyno wrote:Dropped into the HBS today to grab some more yeast


Sorry I was going to let it go but sorry HBS and grab some yeast should not be in the same sentence. Unless it's not a turbo. Not having a go at you but I hope your using the lowes yeast at least from coles or woolies.
But yes I have a bottle about to use as well ready for when it gets cool around the fire.
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Dyno » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:32 am

Cheersbigears wrote:
Dyno wrote:Dropped into the HBS today to grab some more yeast


Sorry I was going to let it go but sorry HBS and grab some yeast should not be in the same sentence. Unless it's not a turbo. Not having a go at you but I hope your using the lowes yeast at least from coles or woolies.
But yes I have a bottle about to use as well ready for when it gets cool around the fire.

What are you talking about Champ ? Lol. if there’s a better place to get Safspirit M1 & GR-2 I’m all ears !!!
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Pist n broke » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:16 pm

This is the stuff I got... You need a base powder... This is crap
http://samuelwillards.com.au/irish-cream/

What is better for a baileys copy... Is it Aussie cream or the willards PREMIX Irish cream ?
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Dyno » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:15 pm

Pist n broke wrote:This is the stuff I got... You need a base powder... This is crap
http://samuelwillards.com.au/irish-cream/

What is better for a baileys copy... Is it Aussie cream or the willards PREMIX Irish cream ?

Aussie Cream .. 100%. . That Willard’s is shit. Gummy residue, gummy taste
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Pist n broke » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:09 pm

Where do u get Aussie cream from ?
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Re: Willards Irish Cream

Postby Doubleuj » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:12 pm

In the recipe section, tastes bloody great :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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