From my wasted youth I remember a pretty fiery cocktail called the B52. It was made up of Baileys, Kahlua and Gran Marnier. My guess is this syrup is probaby the flavour of the cocktail. To be honest I can not remember what the drink tasted like...hic!
B-52: Named for the famous bar drink made from Kahlúa liqueur, Irish Cream and Grand Marnier. This non-alcoholic syrup is a combination of coffee, Irish Cream and a hint of orange flavor.
What does irish cream taste like? Well, Baileys irish cream is made from a blend of Irish whiskey and cream. The cream used in the drink comes from Avonmore Waterford Plc. This is a co-operative dairy located in the ‘Golden vale’ fertile farmlands about 70 miles outside of Dublin. Only fresh cream delivered daily is used and it has to blended within hours of arriving at the distillery or else it is given to the pigs which live on the accompanying farm to consume (Their's must be such a hard life). Added to this mix is a small portion of vanilla and chocolate with the sweetning provided by sugar which comes from sugarbeet also grown and processed in Ireland.
Baileys use over 4 million litres of Irish cream a year to make their liqueur, this amounts to 4.3% of Ireland’s total milk production.
Too bad B-52 isn't flavored like Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson.