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Pharrell’s Liqueur ‘Qream’

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Listen to a song by Pharrell Williams and try to put it into only one category. Impossible, considering the producer and performer mixes sounds and genres effortlessly, right? So it’s no surprise that when he created a liqueur, he also made sure it would cross boundaries. Available in strawberry or peach, this non-dairy, vodka-based drink (12.5 ABV) can be served on the rocks, mixed for cocktails or deliciously baked into cupcakes, pastries and more. The choices are endless…and all delicious. “Inspired by royalty, I created this silky drink to celebrate the beautiful, independent and sophisticated women of today. It is a truly elegant experience for the modern day queen and her court of friends.” Says Pharrell, thanks to MartianSky.

The Strawberry Flavor

The strawberry flavor is rosy pink, opalescent in appearance and tempts the taste buds with a lightly decadent mélange of sweet berries. The aroma opens up like melted strawberry ice cream on a hot summer day. The initial taste is of ripe, sweet strawberry and fresh cream, followed by light tropical notes, a silky texture and a touch of warmth from the premium vodka, resulting in a clean full bodied finish, with a whisper of vanilla.

The Peach Flavor

The peach flavor is frosty soft in appearance and tempts the taste buds with a lightly decadent burst of fresh ripe peaches. The bouquet is fruit forward with subtle vanilla-cream notes and luscious fruit. The initial taste is delicately creamy, with peachy sweet top-notes balanced by exotic tropical fruit nectar, a silky cream texture and the brightness of premium vodka spirit, resulting in a clean, sublimely juicy cream finish.

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2 Comments

  1. Hello, my name is Jill, i come from Martinique island. And it is with a lot of respect, and because I have a great deal of consideration, and it for years, for the work which you make. That today I allows me to pass on you some concerning indications this symbol the fleur-de-lis(lily flower) The marking in the iron is initially connected to the breeding to indicate the owner of an animal. We also find him(it) in the slavery, the torture, and the detention.
    The slavery used abundantly the marking in the red iron. The mark(brand) was used to indicatethe owner of the slave. The slave could have so many marks as consecutive owners.
    This practice consisted in lowering the human being to the rank of cattle. It so became an object which can be bought, sold and used in any purposes (hard work, servant of house, or even as toy).
    The ” Black Code ” French of 1685 established the marking in the iron, of a fleur-de-lis(lily flower), as punishment to the escaped(fleeting) or guilty black slaves of vol.
    The slave who tries to escape his(her) condition by fleeing is marked with the fleur-de-lis(lily flower) of the pariah on a shoulder then is cut ears. In the case of a second offense(recurrence), we mark him(her) a fleur-de-lis(lily flower) on the other shoulder and we cut him(her) the back of the knee. In the third attempt, we put to death him(it). In every case of disobedience, chains(channels), whip, knocks of rod as well as marking of the fleur-de-lis(lily flower) in the shoulder are prescribed.

    Voilà.
    Bisous

  2. Thanks for the history lesson of the fleur-de-lis. However, I seriously doubt it is intended to evoke the memory of slavery. Since Pharrel is black himself, he either doesn’t know or doesn’t care. Never the less thanks for your thoughtful concern.

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