Did you know:
- 231 versions of Coole Swan were produced before we were entirely satisfied that it was good enough.
- Coole Swan is 100% natural! It does not contain a single artificial ingredient. Its main ingredients are Fresh Irish Cream, Single Malt Irish Whiskey, White Belgian Chocolate.
- Coole Swan is made only in Ireland.
- The name Coole Swan comes from the William Butler Yeats poem “The Wild Swans at Coole”.
- “Coole” in Coole Swan is not a mis-spelling of the word “cool”. It is the name of the idyllic Coole Park in County Galway, where W.B Yeats wrote ”The Wild Swans at Coole”.
- The small picture on the front of the Coole Swan bottle is an artist’s impression of the lake at Coole Park.
- There is an embossed motif on the back of the Coole Swan bottle showing a cat enjoying a bowl of cream. Wayne Resnick, a talk radio host on Los Angeles KFIAM 640, loves Coole Swan and his cat Isabella and so Isabella is the name of our cat.
- The Coole Swan bottle was based on a nineteenth century Irish milk bottle design and the satin finish on the glass is painted on.
- Coole Swan received a double-gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and was unanimously voted best liqueur by an eminent panel of judges.
- Coole Swan is white in colour because it is naturally colored by its ingredients: cream, whiskey, cocoa, vanilla and chocolate.
- It is virtually impossible to finish a glass of Coole Swan! Sip it, glug it down, even drink it standing on your head and you will always find a tiny amount left at the bottom of the glass.
- 87% of all milk is water and less than 4% is cream… cream is a valuable product… so valued in fact it is used frequently to explain quality – ”cream rises to the top”, ”the cat that got the cream” etc. This is the secret behind the taste of Coole Swan…