These are so good youâ€™ll hear about it from Kilkarney to Kildare to Kansas. It's not the pipes are are calling; it's the sinfully decadent brownie with the kiss of the Irish in it. You can use Baileys Irish Cream in these or O'Caseys Irish Cream. Irish cream liqueur is a blend of Irish whisky, with pure Irish cream, and touches of vanilla. Classic Baileys Irish Cream now comes in a chocolate or caramel tinged version but the classic is what you need in this recipe. (Irish Cream is pure Irish whisky, with pure Irish cream, and vanilla, among other things â€“ it is heavenly) This is a brownie which is about the best brownie on its own. Then you doll it up with a unique Irish Cream ganache which looks like icing but tastes like a molten truffle. Then, if you are in love or just want to be extra nice to those around you and want to go the distance, you offer a puddle of warm sticky toffee sauce on the side. You have three options and all will bring you luck and your own entourage. It's a baker thing. (For gift giving, bring the sticky toffee stuff in a jar and just box up the brownies, with the special Irish Cream frosting and a shamrock).