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Kerrygold is making booze now – yes, that Kerrygold


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KERRYGOLD IS KNOWN worldwide for its dairy produce, but today it announced that it’s branching out into booze.

The butter brand launched Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur in Dublin Airport today.

We know what you’re thinking: does it have… butter in it?

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Worry not.

It’s actually just a blend of cream, Irish whiskey and chocolate. In fact, Kerrygold states that what distinguishes this liqueur from the rest of the pack is the “distinctive cream from Irish grass-fed cows”.


As you can see, it’s perfect for drinking while making eyes at someone across a room…

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Or while having a laugh!

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A 1 litre bottle of the liqueur retails for €20 and is available  exclusively at Dublin Airport.

Written by Amy O’Connor and originally published on


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