Kingfish Adds Peppermint CREAM to its Lineup

The taste of Kingfish Spirits new Peppermint CREAM flavor is a sure-fire way to make a memorable impression to the senses with its alcohol-infused, Peppermint CREAMsmooth and minty whipped-cream confectionary blast. Inspired by the spirit of the holiday season and the increasing demand for new CREAM flavors, Peppermint CREAM has been introduced to 12 U.S. states and will expand in the New Year to retail outlets, restaurants, bars and clubs in 40 states and beyond — including Canada and South America.

Like all of the CREAM flavors (raspberry, orange, cherry, caramel, chocolate, strawberry and vanilla), Peppermint CREAM has been
formulated to combine natural and artificial Peppermint flavors with the same proprietary blend of whipped cream ingredients tinged with a perfectly smooth alcohol-infusion (15% ALC-VOL/ 30 Proof).

The non-caffeinated Peppermint CREAM confection offers a stimulatingly sensory peppermint accent that can be enjoyed on top of mixed drinks, shots, martinis, daiquiris, desserts and coffees or straight up! Like all CREAM flavors, Peppermint CREAM offers the simple pleasures of traditional whipped cream with grown-up benefits in a versatile, consumer-friendly format:

a Each 375 ML aerosol-dispensed can efficiently makes approximately 26 1oz shots of Cream.
a Completely shelf-stable; should be stored and served at room temperature for best results.
a Enduring shelf life; each can (opened or unopened) lasts approximately 9-to-12 months.

Peppermint CREAM-tini
1.5 to 2 oz. vanilla vodka
1 oz. Peppermint Schnapps
Peppermint CREAM
Peppermint, for garnish

Mix vodka and schnapps with plenty of ice. Strain into a glass. Drop in a peppermint and top with Peppermint CREAM!


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