Cream Sherry is a specific style of Sherry that is sweet. Harvey's Bristol Cream is a blend of Fino, Amontillado and Oloroso, with some Pedro Ximénez. At one point, this was the largest selling Sherry. While it might have fallen out of favor in recent years, it still has a large set of devoted fans. Tawny in color. The nose has a nice caramel covered apple quality to it with just a bit of toffee. There is little oxidation showing on the nose. On the palate, this is nice. Sweet but less than expected. Caramel and nuttiness, with a slight salinity. No hint of heat or alcohol. This is not complex but a small glass is very enjoyable. It should last quite well. It should be sipped on its own but would work with less sweet pastry or fresh fruit.
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