Some popular Irish cream brands include Bailey's and Saint Brendan's. These brands range between 15 to 20 percent alcohol by volume, and are most popular in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Irish Cream liqueur is based off of Irish whiskey and cream. One of the most popular uses of Irish cream liqueur is as a substitute to milk or cream in coffee or tea. Sometimes Irish cream is mixed with a coffee-based liqueur, such as Kahlua, to make a cocktail. It is also used in White Russians due to its creamy consistency. It can also be served on its own, usually on the rocks.