The Diageo-owned brand has linked up with Moulinex to manufacturer the blenders as part of a promotional drive called 'Baileys blended'.
Consumers will be encouraged to drink Baileys in different ways, such as blended with ice and coffee as a longer drink. Bottles will carry a back-label booklet explaining how Baileys can be mixed with other ingredients.
Priced £39.99, the blender will be sold in retailers including Asda and Comet.
Diageo is investing £5m in the brand ahead of the crucial Christmas period, a 30% increase in marketing spend on last year.
It is also introducing a Christmas pack of Baileys mini crackers, which will come in packs of six and be priced £9.99.
Each cracker will contain a bottle of Baileys Minis, a Christmas hat and a recipe card listing different ways to drink the liqueur.
Baileys is Britain's most popular take-home spirit brand, with sales 66% higher than any of its rivals. It is the second-biggest alcoholic brand by value, according to ACNielsen.
Last year, Baileys' sales volumes grew 54% in the eight weeks before Christmas.