How to prepare Beyliz in house conditions

How to prepare Beyliz in house conditions

The Irish liqueur under the name Beyliz is loved practically by all, especially ladies. It is drunk not only in pure form, but also used for preparation of various alcoholic cocktails and added in a small amount to coffee, for giving of more refined taste to it. However not Beyliz because of the expensive price is able to afford to buy each of us. Try to make this liqueur in house conditions and to treat with it acquaintances, they will estimate its unique taste.

It is required to you

  • Vodka 0.5 liters (of good quality),
    • cream of 400 ml (fat content of 20-30%),
    • 4 vitelluses,
    • 2 tablespoons of vanilla sugar,
    • bank of condensed milk,
    • 1 tablespoons of instant coffee.


1. Take a bowl and hammer into it four vitelluses, add two tablespoons of vanilla sugar. Open a jar of condensed milk and lay out it in a bowl. Carefully shake up everything by means of the mixer.

2. Add one tablespoon of instant coffee (it is desirable good) to the received weight and again properly shake up the mixer. It is desirable that granules of coffee were more small. You shouldn't worry if coffee wasn't dissolved completely, granules will be dissolved at once after their mixing with vodka. Instead of coffee it is possible to add a chocolate bar to mix, previously having kindled it on a water bath. So it will turn out even more tasty.

3. Open cream and pour out in a bowl to all other ingredients if they don't pour out – lay out a spoon and mix with a small amount of milk, continue to shake up the mixer.

4. Well, the turn here reached vodka, pour out it of a bottle a thin stream in a bowl, continuing to shake up the mixer meanwhile. The home-made Beyliz liqueur is ready, but it needs to be put at several o'clock in the fridge to infuse. If liqueur was stratified, shake up it once again before pouring in glasses. Some cook liqueur on slow fire, cool and spill on bottles. Thanks to it there is no stratifying of ingredients.

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