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Cream sherry?

I was looking for a recipe for a sherry cake online earlier today. I came across a recipe that sounds like it could be the one I'm looking for, however, it calls for something called cream sherry. I've never heard of, nor used cream sherry before. I've used sherry wine. Does anyone have any idea what cream sherry is??

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Re: Cream sherry?

It's very sweet. I found this explanation:

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Cream Sherry is an Oloroso sweetened with rich Pedro Ximenez grapes. Its color is dark or very dark mahogany. Its aroma is round, crisp and velvety. An ideal dessert sherry.
http://www.recipezaar.com/library/getentry.zsp?id=388

Oloroso is a very sweet sherry. I had to look that up too!




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