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Clotted Cream

Clotted Cream

from United Kingdom by Devon Cream Company
6 oz chilled   $8.25

About Clotted Cream

This gorgeously smooth, creamy Devon Cream Company Clotted Cream is an English classic treat that we like to spread on everything – especially scones, muffins and fresh fruit. It's essential for an authentic 5 o'clock tea and of course a must-have for English-style tea with cream.

Sweet and silky clotted cream is made by heating the milk in a water bath and then cooling slowly, which allows the cream to rise, “clotting” at the top. It has a minimum of 55% fat content – think thick and rich, almost butter. Buy clotted cream and serve it with pancakes, angel food cake, hot biscuits, ice creams and anywhere you want to add rich, sweet flavor. Also ideal to add it to a gourmet gift basket for the Anglophile foodie friend!

Refrigerate after opening and use within 5 days of opening.

Ingredients: pasteurised clotted cream, from cow's milk
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.
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Product Questions And Answers

Q: from what country the clotted cream is shipped from and how is it chilled
A: The clotted cream originates from England, however it is shipped from our warehouse in Los Angeles.  The product is actually a shelf stable item and can ship via USPS or through FedEx overnight if you prefer during most of the year.  During warm summer months we will ship the product only by FedEx 2nd day or FedEx Overnight.  The product only needs to be refrigerated once opened.


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