Buying alcohol from the airport's DFS seems to be common practise among travellers and that's how my home's stash of alcohol comes from, courtesy of my sister. She has became a wine-lover recently and is always keen to buy different kinds of wine and alcoholic drinks whenever she has a chance to shop at DFS. This also explains the origin of this bottle of Bailey's Irish cream.
I have never liked Bailey's on its own, so I was counting on my sister to finish the whole bottle on her own. Apparently, she isn't a fan too, to the point of asking me to incorporate Bailey's into my baking projects. Other than using it for tiramisu, I really have no idea what I can do with this almost-full bottle of Baileys. I was quite glad to see a recipe of Irish cream chocolate cake that uses a substantial amount of Baileys. Perhaps a good chance to use up a little more of the unwanted liquor.
The cake was easy to prepare, but the outcome was not what I had expected. It's dense and heavy, almost "kueh-like". I still prefer the crumbly classic chocolate cake.