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Lucky Irishman

You can do this as a shot, where you first pour in the whiskey, topping with the irish cream which will float on top. I like this as a nice after-dinner drink, so I prefer to blend and mix as a comforting sipper. I’m also giving this a Canadian wink, using Bearface Canadian rye, which was triple oaked in American, Canadian and then Hungarian oak barrels for smooth and sweet notes of toffee, honey, vanilla, and caramel. The flavours work really well with the sweet cream. 


  • 1-1/2 ounce Bearface 7 Year Old Triple Oak Canadian Whisky
  • 1-1/2 ounce Five Farms Irish Cream


  1. In a shaker filled with ice, add all ingredients shaking until well chilled, strain into a rock glass with a king cube. 

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