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Boone County

Boone County
White Hall Bourbon Cream

Category: Cream Liqueur

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 16%
91 Points
Gold Medal
Exceptional
$24.99

Boone County
White Hall Bourbon Cream

Category: Cream Liqueur

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 16%
Dusty taupe color. Aromas of bread pudding, rice cake, and fresh cream with a thick, crisp, sweet medium-full body and a tingling, appealing, medium-long baked pear, banana soufflé, toffee, and malted milk balls finish. A cream liqueur that places whiskey at front and center.
Tasting Info
Spirits Glass Style: Rich
Aroma Aroma: bread pudding, rice cake, and fresh cream
Taste Flavor: baked pear, banana soufflé, toffee, and malted milk balls
Smoothness Smoothness: Tingling
Finish Finish: Normal
Enjoy Enjoy: neat and on the rocks
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A cream liqueur that places whiskey at front and center.
The Producer

Boone County Distilling Co.

The Producer
6895 Burlington Pike
Florence, KY 41042
USA
1 859-525-2522
Cream Liqueur
Spirits Glass Cream.jpg
Serve in a Rocks Glass
Cream Liqueur, quite simply is a liqueur that has dairy cream added to a liquor. The most famous examples come from Ireland; they have a base of Irish whiskey; there are also version from Scotland, Canada, the US and several other countries.

Most of these cream liqueurs are in the 14% to 17% alcoholic range and are medium-sweet with flavors such as nougat, praline and chocolate. Most are served over the rocks. The category took off in the 1970s and although not as wildly popular today, it has remained strong.