I have to ask because our venue offers it on the menu

posted 3 years ago in Tennessee
Post # 2
2513 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

MrsUPS:  I’ve never heard of it before either but their website makes it sounds like an american made irish cream… kinda… like a whisky irish cream (think baileys with shots of whisky added)


Post # 3
6814 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

I googled it and found a review on the first page of results: http://www.stogiesontherocks.com/spirits/whisper-creek-tennessee-sipping-cream/

Basically it is a cream whiskey, very similar in style to Bailey’s Irish Cream, where a distillery combines whiskey (or other hard liquor) with cream and sells it as a different syle of liquor. I’ve never had this Whisper Creek stuff but the review makes it sound like you would drink it just like Baileys, which I love– it is fantastic in coffee, and really nice on the rocks (over ice only) with your dessert or as a substitute for dessert. In general, cream liquors/liqueurs tend to be most popular with very young people who are just learning to drink and have a taste for sweeter things, and with older folks of a generation where cream liqueuers were very fashionable.

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