One of the most famous Irish landmarks is Blarney castle. THE most famous Irish drink is, of course, Guinness. Combine these two into one cake (and throw in a little Irish coffee), and you have the ultimate way to celebrate St. Patty's Day!\r\n\r\n\n\n\tHow To Make Guinness Chocolate Blarney Castle Cake with Irish Coffee Glaze\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\n\t\t1 \u2153 cup Guinness beer6 oz. semi-sweet chocolate (chopped)1 tbsp. Bailey's Irish Cream1 tbsp. Irish whiskey\u00be cup milk1 cup unsalted butter ( or 2 sticks, at room temperature)1 \u00bd cup granulated sugar\u00bd cup brown sugar (light )4 large eggs2 \u00bc cup all-purpose flour2 tsp. baking powder\u00bd tsp. baking soda1 pinch ground cinnamon\u00bd tsp. salt\u00be tsp. vanilla extract1 cup confectioners' sugar\t\n\t\n\t\tPreheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.Spray a Nordic Ware Castle Bundt Pan with cooking spray.In a medium saucepan over low heat, combine milk and chocolate; stir until chocolate has melted.Remove from heat.Add Guinness.In a large bowl fitted with an electric mixer, cream the butter, sugar, and brown sugar until light and frothy.Add \u00bd of the chocolate\/Guinness mixture.Add the eggs 1 at a time, beating well after the addition of each and scraping down the sides of the bowl.In a medium mixing bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt.With the mixer on low speed, alternately add the dry ingredients and the remaining \u00bd of the chocolate\/Guinness mixture; add vanilla extract, mixing well.Pour the batter into the pan.Bake 40-50 minutes or until the cake is set and a sharp knife point inserted into the cake comes out clean.Remove from the oven and let the cake cool in the pan for 10 minutes.Turn out onto a platter. Cool.To make Irish Coffee GlazeIn a small mixing bowl combine confectioners sugar, Bailey's Irish cream, and Irish Whiskey.If necessary, add more Bailey's Irish Cream (or confectioners sugar) to get desired consistency.Glaze cake with this mixture.Garnish with all things green (e.g., mint sprigs, Irish flags)!