Merrys Irish Cream Liqueur

Robert A. Merry and Co., the makers of Merrys Irish Cream Liqueur have a longstanding reputation in creating great tasting alcohol beverages.

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Robert A. Merry and Co., the makers of Merrys Irish Cream Liqueur have a longstanding reputation in creating great tasting alcohol beverages. A history that started way back in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford in 1868 with a Spirit & Wine Bonder Business. Today, Merrys Irish Cream Liqueur production is located in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.

This region is recognised for its sublime quality of land, ideal for farming. Merrys make the most of this by sourcing milk from cows feeding on the lush grasses of the Golden Vale, an integral part in creating Merrys sublime taste. Fresh Farm Milk is delivered within 12 hours of leaving the farm gate. 

The expert team at Merrys then produce their range of liqueurs using top quality whiskey and spirits, produced in small batches to ensure that enticing flavour Merrys is well known for. Each and every batch is carefully crafted and blended by Merrys' master blender Dan Crowley. 

Lovers of liqueur  will delight in tasting Merrys Original Irish Cream Liqueur, a beverage that is the perfect combination of fresh Irish cream and fine whiskey and spirits. Merrys also have a range of cream Liqueurs that have additional mouth watering flavours, including White Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Strawberry, Toffee Buttermint and Pumpkin Spice. In the age of creative cocktails, these delicious liqueurs have found a loyal following and can be enjoyed simply in a glass with ice or as part of a decadent dessert or cocktail.

Robert A. Merry & Co. Ltd.
Cashel Road
E91 CA44ClonmelTipperary
Ireland
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