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Cask & Cream Original Temptation 375ml
Sku: 10740
"... a smooth, easy-to-drink cream liqueur made from blending E&J with rich, imported cream liqueur to give it a uniquely delicious flavor. The Brandy flavor provides lingering delights of ...more
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Product Information
Country: United States
Region: California
Type: Creams
Reg. 7.99
Buy Cask & Cream Original Temptation
Cask & Cream is a great tasting, indulgent, award-winning cream liqueur that can be consumed for many occasions.

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"... a smooth, easy-to-drink cream liqueur made from blending E&J with rich, imported cream liqueur to give it a uniquely delicious flavor. The Brandy flavor provides lingering delights of vanilla and butterscotch, enriched with velvety, Dutch cream liqueur." Scott Disalvo, Brandymaster
Wine maker notes
Available Sizes: 50ml, 200ml, 375ml, 750ml, 1 Liter, 1.75 Liter

Technical notes
Alcohol Level: 17

Food pairing
Served mainly as or with dessert.  It can be sipped on its own, or has the versatility to be used in an assortment of food and drink recipes. As a beverage, Cask & Cream can be enjoyed by itself, over ice, or blended in various drink recipes.  Common uses include mixing it with coffee, other distilled spirits and liqueurs, milk and cream. Cask & Cream can also be a complement to your favorite cake, pie or ice cream recipe. Cask & Cream is a versatile drink that can be enjoyed by straight, over ice, blended with ice, in coffee, over ice-cream, or in a wide variety of drink & dessert recipes.

Producer
Our founders, Ernest and Julio Gallo, sold their first brandy under the ”Cream of California” label in 1938, following in the footsteps of the Spanish missions who had made brandy in California as far back as the late 18th century. After Prohibition, a number of California grape harvests were unduly large, prompting producers to distill almost half of their crop into brandy that could be stored in barrels for several years. Thus a prototypical California-style brandy was born, lighter in flavor and mouthfeel than its European counterparts and better for mixing into a range of cocktails. Decades later, we still make our brandy in a style unique to California, with subtle, enticing flavors and a smooth mouthfeel.