Cream Liqueurs (44)
A cream liqueur (not be confused with crème liqueur) is a liqueur that includes dairy cream among its ingredients. Examples include Baileys Irish Cream and Saint Brendan’s, which use Irish whiskey; Heather Cream from Scotland using Scots whisky; Creme de la Creme Maple Cream from Canada using maple syrup and cream; Cruzan Rum Cream using rum, cream, and other ingredients; Amarula, which uses distillate of fermented South African marula fruits; Voyant Chai Cream which uses black tea and spices; and Dooley’s, which uses toffee and vodka. What unites them is their use of cream and a generally flavourful liquor as their bases.
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South Africa - Rated: 5/5 - 4 votes
Added on Jan 03, 2013 by Amarula
This natural, wild fruit cream liqueur is produced using fresh cream and the unique fruit extracts from the Amarula tree. Amarula cream is a smooth experience of pure and precious blend of natures fresh cream and the mysterious taste of the wild amarula. Amarula has captured the heart of the marula...
Aunt Bea's Butterscotch Cream
United States - Rated: 0/5 - 0 votes
Added on Feb 24, 2010
Aunt Bea's Butterscotch Cream Liqueur (25 proof) is rich with sweet butterscotch flavour.