Tempus Fugit Creme de Cacao 750ml

SKU #1080578

*Five Stars/Highest Recommendation - The Spirit Journal* Known for their Absinthe, Tempus Fugit has made waves over last year releasing the exceptional (albeit controversial) Gran Classico and the lovely Tempus Fugit Liqueur de Violette. Their new Creme de Cacao is out of this world. Few things have bothered me more than the subpar Creme de Cacaos I've tasted in the past, but this stuff is awesome. Based on a 19th century recipe, the Tempus Fugit folks have gone so far as to replicate the original cacao and vanilla sources from Venezuela and Mexico respectively in order to get it just right. It is SOOO rich, basically the texture of maple syrup. The nose is pure cacao beans and vanilla. More complexity than any chocolate flavored liqueur I've ever tasted, they've managed to capture the true depth of the Cacao bean in a way that is both satisfyingly familiar and totally unprecedented. Think of mixing these two with some cream for the best Grasshopper that anybody has had in a hundred years. Leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. Try a Stinger, it might change your life. (David Othenin-Girard, K&L Spirits Buyer)

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