Cupcakes are one of the most loved desserts in existence. They are mini cakes after all. There are entire baking shows dedicated to these miniature desserts, which are so versatile they can be paired with just about any flavor, both sweet and savory.
Georgetown Cupcakes is also one of the most recognizable cupcake stores in the entire United States and was started by Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne. The actual original cupcake flavor for the bakers was red velvet, a controversial cupcake flavor for some people.
Now, the women are teaming up with Bailey’s Irish Cream to bring a red velvet cupcake flavor to the iconic liqueur company. The two companies are teaming up to create a Bailey’s Irish Cream Red Velvet Liqueur, which will be available to the public in 750 mL bottles. They can be purchased for just $23.99, and will be available at retailers across the country for the foreseeable future.
According to a statement by Brand Director Dorothy DeVenecia, “As icons of the modern dessert world, Katherine and Sophie are the masters of what it means to ‘treat yourself. Baileys is the Original Irish Cream Liqueur, and the No. 1 Liqueur in the world. Born in Ireland in 1974, Baileys was the first spirit to combine cream with Irish Whiskey and other fine spirits, so we’re a brand that appreciates and emphasizes innovation. We can’t wait for people to enjoy Georgetown Cupcake’s number one selling flavor and combined with our delicious liqueur in one delicious treat!”
In honor of the launch, Georgetown Cupcakes will be serving non-alcoholic Irish Cream-infused Red Velvet cupcakes in stores and online through November and December, so be sure to check that out if you love the red velvet flavor, which is still a top seller for the iconic brand.