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Quintessential launches Feeney’s Irish Cream

Quintessential Brands is launching Feeney’s Irish Cream Liqueur in the UK in over 700 Tesco stores nationwide.

The bespoke bottles highlighting Abbeyleix, Co. Laois, Ireland, where the liqueur is produced were designed by Drinksworks. The 70cl bottle is manufactured by Encirc and the 1 litre by Allied Glass

Feeney’s, which is produced by First Island Spirits, has partnered with Irish chocolate brand Lily O'Brien‘s for the launch events at The Soho Shebeen pop up Irish Spirits Bar in Soho.  The bar is open this week on 26 Greek Street with the life-size cow mascot 'Abbey', named after the town of Abbeyleix in the heart of Ireland, where Feeney's Irish Cream Liqueur is made.

Produced with Irish grain whiskey that has been matured for at least three years, and fresh dairy cream, Feeney’s can be enjoyed on the rocks or as part of a cocktail.

Feeney’s Irish Cream Liqueur 17% abv has an RRP of £12.50 for 70cl. ABV 17%. Available in both 1 litre and 70cl bottles. The 70cl Feeney’s bottle will also be available in a gift box in Tesco and online at for Christmas.

10 November 2015 - Felicity Murray The Drinks Report, editor