Beer doesn’t love me as much as I love beer, but on Saint Patrick’s Day, I do like to celebrate with a Guinness. It’s chock full of vitamins and minerals and helps you grow strong!
Related: Here’s a Guinness® Pouring Spoon!
Not sure how it works? Me either. Let’s read the directions on the packaging, shall we?
The GUINNESS Pouring Spoon is mainly used to prepare the following drinks:
- Black and Tan (GUINNESS and Bass)
- Half and Half (GUINNESS and Harp)
- Black Velvet (GUINNESS and Champagne)
Pour the GUINNESS onto the back of the Pouring Spoon so that it “fans” out over the 2nd drink creating a dividing line between the two drinks.
Nope. Not helpful. And so many capital letters. I need visual aids. Luckily, someone made a video that shows how it works:
So there you go! The Guinness Pouring Spoon, ladies and gentlemen. Try serving your Black and Tan with the Irish O’reo Cookies. You won’t regret it.
Haunting Status: The Guinness Pouring Spoon is probably haunted by the term “Black and Tan”, which isn’t apparently used in Ireland. The layering of a stout over a lager is simply called “half and half”.