This drink belongs to a family of drinks named after cookies and cakes. This family’s primary trend is drinks that taste like their food counterpart. This drink appears as early as:
Backpacker – Aug 1995 – Page 38 Vol. 23, No. 143
“flavorings run from Irish creme to amaretto, and cappuccino lovers can choose between drinks like oatmeal raisin cookie and irish coffee”
Another common trend of this family is drinks that compose of spirits only. Technically, all these types of drinks should be stirred, but all recipes indicate that this drink is shaken. This, perhaps only subjectively opens the spirits allowing more a more flavorful concoction, however, preparation guidelines are new and this one is no exception.
This drink dates between 1992 – 1995 and contained at least as of then:
Stir these ingredients:
Bailey’s Irish Cream
Butterscotch Schnapps (likely DeKuyper)
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.