Thursday, November 12, 2015

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  • Thursday, November 12, 2015

CHANTILLY French Cream Liqueur (Ontario) - Review



I was offered the opportunity to taste a liqueur that was just released at the LCBO - just in time for the holiday season.

The CHANTILLY French Cream is a cream liqueur that's made using all natural ingredients using a proprietary process that creates a lighter, smoother cream liqueur. It is made using fresh dairy cream, organic sugar and only natural flavours, without the use of any preservatives. Furthermore, it is blended by hand in small batches.

Normally, I don't comment on packaging, but this alcoholic beverage (17% abv) comes in a classy opaque black bottle that evokes images of French luxury. I thought for sure this was a very expensive imported product. However, after looking more closely, I discovered that it is made locally by Maverick Distillery in Oakville, Ontario - the makers of TAG Vodka.

CHANTILLY French Cream (Ontario) - Review

Tasting Note:

CHANTILLY FRENCH CREAM - Ontario, Canada (#424044) (750 mL) - $29.95
Yummy notes of marzipan, almond, vanilla, maple, and dark rum on a light, creamy palate. Lasting, milky finish. Personally, I would enjoy this over ice as its great on its own, but you could easily use CHANTILLY French cream as part of a shooter or coffee-based drinks - recipes are provided on the attached bottle tag. I think I like this more than another popular brand of cream liqueur.

Bonus Offer: FREE Tag Double Espresso Vodka 50 mL until (or while supplies last)!


5 comments:

  1. This is the BEST CREAM LIQUEUR and I've tried pretty much all of them! Hope the never discontinue this!

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  2. This is the BEST CREAM LIQUEUR I've ever had! I've tried many and keep coming back to this!

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  3. Thanks, Celicagt! I really enjoy sipping on this too! Goes down smoooooth.

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  4. The best creamy liqueur ever!!! No more buying Baileys for me. My only complaint is that it is only stocked at a selected few LCBO's in Kitchener Waterloo.

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    1. It's very good, if I do say so myself. :)

      If they don't have it in stock, you can place an order and have it shipped to your local LCBO. If you're interested in purchasing a case, I can help you.

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