In my new post series, The Same Difference, I will am comparing a cheaper version of an item or product to it’s higher value equivalent and determining, in my opinion, whether the cheaper item is a reasonable substitute to save money. High price does not always mean high quality and brand does not always mean best. As all frugal types know, it pays to do your homework
This week I want to tell you all about Ballycastle Irish cream. I will choose 2 of my favourite qualities any item can have to describe Ballycastle: cheap and delicious!
Ballycastle is a cheap version of Baileys and let me tell you, it’s less than a third of the price and tastes very much the same. Maybe if you were to taste them side by side you could tell the difference but if you were handed a Ballycastle over ice you probably would think it is Baileys.
Baileys costs £14.00 for 700ml where as I pick the same quantity of Ballycastle up for just £4.29 from Aldi!
And if it couldn’t get better than that, I got given a gift set of three different flavours for Christmas; chocolate orange, caramel and mint chocolate, yum yum yum!
I’m giving Ballycastle Irish cream a big fat ‘Same’ seal of approval.
PS. Do you drink Ballycastle? If you do, do you
agree it’s the same difference as Baileys?