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Posts from the ‘Whiskey Cream’ Category

2
Nov

Review: Ezra Brooks Bourbon Cream

ezra-brooks-bourbon-cream-copyEzra Brooks Bourbon Cream was recently released.  It is made with all natural cream and Kentucky straight bourbon.  Evan Brooks Bourbon was first created in 1957 by Frank Silverman to take advantage of the national shortage of Jack Daniels.  It featured the same square bottle as Jack, with a black and white wrap around label, and it was also bottled at 90 proof.  Though he claimed it was made at the Ezra Brooks Distilling Company the bourbon was actually distilled and sourced from the Hoffman Distillery in Lawrenceburg Kentucky.  It is now distilled at the Heaven Hill Distillery, and the brand is owned by St Louis based Luxco.  The bourbon is distilled with high quality corn, barley and rye at very controlled specific temperatures, and then aged in new charred American white oak barrels.  A charcoal filtering follows.  Read more »

7
Oct

Review: Jackson Morgan Banana Pudding Southern Cream Liqueur

jackson-morgan-banana-pudding-copyJackson Morgan Banana Pudding Southern Cream Liqueur was just released.  This is their seventh whiskey cream flavored liqueur.  If you have tasted any of their other six Southern Creams, including Peaches and Cream, Peppermint Mocha, Salted Caramel, Brown Sugar and Cinnamon, Whipped Orange Cream, or Southern Bread Pudding, you are no doubt as excited as I am to try their newest offering.  Jackson Morgan Banana Pudding is crafted with the finest Tennessee Whiskey, and grain neutral spirits.  Natural fruit and spiced flavors are then infused before it is blended with real dairy cream. Read more »

18
Dec

Review: Jackson Morgan Peaches and Cream Southern Cream

Jackson Morgan Peaches and Cream Southern Cream - CopyJackson Morgan Peaches and Cream Southern Cream is one of six whiskey cream liqueurs created by Spirits of Tennessee.  Jackson Morgan is named after Jackson and Morgan Wetherington whose great grandfather made whiskey illegally during prohibition.  It is crafted with the finest Tennessee whiskey, grain neutral spirits, fresh dairy cream sourced from upstate New York Creamy Creations, and natural flavors. Read more »

12
Dec

Review: Rogue Cow Cookies and Cream Liqueur

Rogue Cow Cookies and Cream Liqueur - CopyRogue Cow Cookies and Cream Liqueur is one of two whiskey and cream liqueurs made by Private label bottler Lavecke in Mira Loma California.  The other flavor is Peaches and Cream.  I found this at a Kroger Grocery Store where they sell a number of Private Label brands produced and bottled by Lavecke. Read more »

27
Nov

Review: Rogue Cow Peaches and Cream Liqueur

Rogue Cow Peaches and Cream Liqueur - CopyRogue Cow Peaches and Cream Liqueur is made with whiskey and smooth real cream.  By my count this is the second peach whiskey cream liqueur on the market.  Jackson Morgan Peaches and Cream Southern Cream Liqueur was the first.  Rogue Cow is created and packaged by private label bottler Lavecke in Mira Loma California.  Very little product information is available on the bottle and I have not found a website for Rogue Cow.  I picked up a bottle at a Kroger Grocery Store where they also sold Rogue Cow Cookies and Cream Liqueur. Read more »

16
Oct

Review: Saint Brendans Salted Caramel Irish Cream

Saint Brendans Salted Caramel - CopySaint Brendans Salted Caramel Irish Cream was just released along with a Peppermint Bark flavored Irish Cream.  Saint Brendans is made with two ingredients, all natural cream, and aged triple distilled Irish whiskey.  Their Salted Caramel flavor has natural flavors added. Read more »

9
Oct

Review: Saint Brendans Peppermint Bark Irish Cream

Saint Brendans Peppermint Bark Irish Cream - CopySaint Brendans Peppermint Bark Irish Cream will soon be arriving on liquor store shelves as we enter what is commonly known as, the Irish Cream season.  They also have a new Salted Caramel flavor.  Saint Brendans is named for Saint Brendan the Abbot who was known for his remarkable travel.  Saint Brendans is made with two ingredients, all natural cream, and aged triple distilled Irish whiskey.  For their Peppermint Bark flavor, natural flavoring has been added.  While this is not the first mint flavored Irish Cream liqueur, Baileys no longer makes their Baileys with a hint of Mint Chocolate. Read more »

3
Oct

Review: Jackson Morgan Peppermint Mocha Southern Cream

Jackson Morgan Peppermint Mocha - CopyJackson Morgan Peppermint Mocha Southern Cream is one of six whiskey cream liqueurs created by Spirits of Tennessee.  Jackson Morgan is named after Jackson and Morgan Wetherington whose great grandfather made whiskey illegally during prohibition.  It is crafted with the finest Tennessee Whiskey, Grain Neutral Spirits, fresh dairy cream, and natural flavors. Read more »

30
Sep

Review: Forbidden Secret Pumpkin Spice American Cream

Forbidden Secret Pumpkin Spice - 2Forbidden Secret Pumpkin Spice American Cream will be introduced in October.  I was able to get my hands on a bottle a little early.  This is their third American Cream flavor.  The other two flavors include the previously reviewed Forbidden Secret Dark Mocha, and their White Chocolate American Cream.  Pumpkin Spice is crafted with pure Wisconsin dairy cream, rich pumpkin spice, and Jailers Premium Tennessee Whiskey.  If the bottle shape looks familiar you may be a fan of Avion Tequila.  If this tastes as good as it sounds, the easy grip design will make it easier to drink straight from of the bottle.  Read more »

27
Sep

Review: Baileys Espresso Crème Irish Cream

Baileys Espresso Creme Irish Cream - CopyBaileys Espresso Crème Irish Cream will soon arrive on store shelves in the US.  I was lucky to get my hands on a bottle a little early.  Baileys still makes a coffee flavored Irish Cream, but it is no longer available in the US.  Espresso Crème is made with aged Irish whiskey, grain spirits, fresh dairy cream, and real Columbian coffee.  While this ingredient list reads just like their Bailey’s With a Hint of Coffee Irish Cream, I’m guessing this version has amped up the coffee content.   Read more »