Sheridan’s liqueur was introduced in 1994 and produced in Dublin by Thomas Sheridan & Sons. The idea originally comes from Pat Rigby (responsible for research and development at Bailey), who in the 80s thought it was time to expand the range with another product. The production started in 1989 in new premises that cost more than 20 million sec. It was an Italian company that developed the bottle’s unique design.
Today it was made in England and in France.
Sheridan’s Original Double is an Irish Whiskelikor with “two bottles in a”. In one there is coffee and chocolate fluorescent and in the other cream and gutter. The two separate mouths are both a taste and a visual experience.
Sheridan’s original double door is wonderfully sweet and creamy. Fragrances with hints of chocolate, coffee and cream caramel. It is advantageously served as an avec, well chilled or as an ingredient in the coffee drink.