Baileys has reintroduced its line of coffee creamers along with an updated recipe as part of the product's relaunch. It’s Irish cream liqueur!
Coffee creamers have been reintroduced by Diageo as part of a licensing agreement that the company has with Danone North America to produce Baileys products.
The Original Irish Cream, Vanilla Cream, and Mocha Mudslide are the three flavors that are included in this collection, and none of them contain any alcohol.
As a result of the modification made to the formula, each expression now has a higher percentage of both the actual dairy cream and the flavor of Baileys Original Irish Cream.
In addition, Danone North America has given the brand's packaging a new look as part of the redesign process.
According to Mac Krause, brand manager for Baileys creamers at Danone North America, Consumers were polled and our product innovation team collaborated closely to develop a new formula for a rich and creamy coffee experience.
'Now, with the new formula,' 'you'll be able to appreciate your coffee in the manner in which it was always intended to be savored.'
It is our goal that both new and long-time Baileys lovers would appreciate a splash of Baileys coffee creamer in their next cup of joe," the company said.
The new, non-alcoholic creamers are available in three delightful flavors:
A richer, creamier taste is provided by the reinvented recipe, which incorporates more real dairy cream and the authentic BAILEYS Original Irish Cream flavor
As part of the BAILEYS license arrangement with Danone North America and Diageo, the BAILEYS line of coffee creamers is being reintroduced.
Danone North America, renowned for its experience in the dairy and coffee creamer sectors, has simplified the BAILEYS product line, modernized the packaging and increased distribution to enable customers find their next everyday indulgence.
Brand Manager for BAILEYS creamers at Danone North America, Mac Krause, said, "We are so delighted to re-introduce the BAILEYS collection of delightful and decadent coffee creamers."
With the help of our product innovation team and feedback from consumers, we were able to create a rich and creamy coffee experience."
We worked hard to improve the flavor and texture of BAILEYS coffee creamer, and we hope that lovers of the brand, as well as those who are new to the brand, would enjoy a splash in their next cup of coffee."
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