Carolans Irish Liqueur advert from 1980.
Carolans Irish Cream (the registered trade mark omits the apostrophe) is a liqueur based on mead-wine (a mixture of whiskey and Irish spirits) and cream made in Clonmel, South Tipperary in Ireland. It has a declared alcohol content of 17% or 14.5% alcohol by volume (ABV). The main components are cream (nearly 40%), mead-wine, and honey.
Commonly used description.
“Deep milky brown hue. Forward, spirity, whiskey-accented lactic flavors. A rich, milky attack leads to a moderately full-bodied palate with a touch of sweetness.”
Skol Lager advert from 1983.
Skol is an international beer brand. Allied Breweries of the UK, Labatt of Canada, Pripps-Bryggerierna of Sweden and Unibra of Belgium formed a new company called Skol International in 1964. Its aim was the creation of a world-wide beer brand, Skol lager, which could be licensed, manufactured and marketed across the world. Since then participation in the company has changed.
Skol is the most popular beer in Brazil, originally produced by Caracu, which was bought by Brahma in 1980, which in turn became Ambev, then InBev and later AB InBev. Carlsberg holds the license outside Africa and South America. Unibra holds the license for Africa.
The name is related to the Scandinavian toast “skål”. For a period, the Hagar the Horrible cartoon character was used for promotion.
The merger between Allied Breweries and Carslberg, created Carlsberg-Tetley’s, who now brew the beer at their brewery in Leeds.
Info gleaned from Wikipedia
Martini & Rossi is an Italian multinational alcoholic beverage company primarily associated with the Martini brand of vermouth and also with sparkling wine (for example, Asti Spumante). It also produces the French vermouth, Noilly Prat.
1984 advert for Grand Marnier
Grand Marnier is a liqueur created in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle. It is made from a blend of true cognacs and distilled essence of bitter orange. Grand Marnier is 40% alcohol (80 proof). It is produced in several varieties, most of which can be consumed “neat” as a digestif and can be used in mixed drinks and desserts. In France this kind of use is the most popular especially with Crêpes Suzette and “crêpes au Grand Marnier”.