• Molly's Irish Cream Liqueur is a premium blend of fresh Irish dairy cream, aged Irish Whiskey, fine Irish Spirits and natural chocolate flavours.

  • Molly's enhances those great times shared with family and friends and moments where a little self- indulgence is called for.

mollys-irish-cream-liqueurMolly's - Arguably The World's
Best Tasting Irish Cream Liqueur

Molly's Irish Cream Liqueur is a premium blend of fresh Irish dairy cream, aged Irish Whiskey, fine Irish Spirits and natural chocolate flavours.

In Molly's, we use the freshest possible, highest quality Irish cream which is sourced locally from grass fed cows – in fact, it is so fresh that it typically takes only 48 hours from cow to bottle!

With a long history in cream liqueur blending and using state of the art technology, we take pride in producing Molly's.... Arguably the World's Best Tasting Irish Cream Liqueur.

Today Molly's is enjoyed in over 40 countries worldwide spread across six continents and we continue to introduce Molly's in to new markets every year.

If you are interested in distributing Molly's in your market or finding Molly's in your area, please give us a call or write to us through our Contact Us form.

 

The Molly's Taste Challenge:

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Irish Cream is the largest selling liqueur within the liqueur category worldwide and this success has been achieved by giving the consumer a great tasting product.

With Molly's, we encourage you to take the ''Molly's Challenge'' which is to compare your favourite Irish Cream for....

  • Richest Aroma

  • Creamiest Dairy Taste

  • Best balance of fresh cream and fine aged Irish spirits

 

Origins of the Molly's Name:

irlandsmThe name 'Molly' is Gaelic for 'Mary' and our Molly's Irish Cream is in memory of the mythical Irish beauty named Molly who became the subject of many traditional Irish songs.

 

Molly's Drinking Occasions:

PartyMolly's enhances those great times shared with family and friends and moments where a little self- indulgence is called for.

 

Ways to Drink Molly's Irish Cream

Ways to Drink Molly'sMolly's can be mixed with many spirits and used in many cocktail recipes but mixing with citrus based products should be avoided. The most popular ways of consuming Molly's is over ice, chilled or in coffee.

Molly's Irish Cream Pricing:

PricingWhilst the price of a bottle of Molly's will vary from market to market due to exchange and tax differences, we aim to ensure that Molly's Irish Cream offers exceptional value versus the competition in every market.

 

 Frequently asked questions about Molly's Irish Cream:

Who developed Molly’s Irish Cream?

Who developed Molly’s Irish Cream?

Industry Experts who have a long history in the development, production and marketing of Irish Creams.
Where is Molly’s produced?

Where is Molly’s produced?

Molly’s Irish Cream is produced using state of the art technology in one of the oldest cream liqueur plants in the world. The facility was once owned by Baileys and is situated in a small rural town called Bailieborough which is located 50 miles from Dublin in the heart of Ireland’s dairyland.
What’s in Molly’s Irish Cream Liqueur?

What’s in Molly’s Irish Cream Liqueur?

Molly’s is a natural fusion of Fresh Irish Dairy cream, aged Irish Whiskey, smooth Irish spirits and the finest natural chocolate.
What is the alcohol strength?

What is the alcohol strength?

17% alcohol by volume.
What makes Molly’s so creamy and smooth?

What makes Molly’s so creamy and smooth?

One third of a bottle of Molly’s is pure fresh Irish cream and we use a unique natural blending process to combine the cream with soft Irish spirits and smooth Irish Whiskey. Together, this produces arguably the world's smoothest Irish Cream Liqueur .
Does Molly’s mix with other drinks?

Does Molly’s mix with other drinks?

As with all cream liqueurs, Molly’s can be mixed with other spirits and with coffee. However, as Molly’s is made with fresh cream, it should not be mixed with citrus based drinks. For a full list of Molly’s Cocktails, see our Molly’s Irish Cream Liqueur drinks recipe.
What is the shelf life of Molly’s?

What is the shelf life of Molly’s?

Unlike many cream liqueurs which have a shelf life ranging from 9 to 18 months, Molly’s Irish Cream modern blending process coupled with the level and quality of ingredients used delivers a 2 year best taste shelf life. This is comparable with the category leader. As with all cream liqueurs, they taste best when they are at their freshest. There are no additives or preservatives in Molly’s Irish Cream and once opened, it is best to consume within 6 months.  
How should Molly’s Irish Cream be stored?

How should Molly’s Irish Cream be stored?

Molly’s Irish Cream should not be exposed to extremes in temperatures and moving it from hot to cold and back again is not ideal. Example: if Molly’s Irish Cream is stored in the refrigerator, it should be kept in the refrigerator.
Does Molly’s contain many calories?

Does Molly’s contain many calories?

347 kcals per 100ml which , for a delicious glass of pure indulgence, is less than that of chocolate!
Is Molly’s Irish Cream Gluten free?

Is Molly’s Irish Cream Gluten free?

Yes
What is the sugar content of Molly’s?

What is the sugar content of Molly’s?

The sugar content is 20.8% (7.6 g per 37ml. 1.3oz serving).
What level of carbohydrates is in Molly’s Irish Cream?

What level of carbohydrates is in Molly’s Irish Cream?

Molly’s contains 9.7g per 37ml/1.3oz
Molly’s Irish Cream won a gold medal from the BTI – What is this award?

Molly’s Irish Cream won a gold medal from the BTI – What is this award?

The BTI stands for the Beverage Testing Institute of Chicago which runs an independent and annual taste review of international spirits. Molly’s Irish Cream scored 91 points and was voted ‘Exceptional & Best Buy’ in its category.
What size is Molly's available in?

What size is Molly's available in?

Sizes available are: 50ml / 700ml / 750ml / Litre / 1.75L PET

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