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Kingfish Spirits Adds Strawberry Flavor to its Alcohol-infused Whipped Cream Line

August 31, 2011


Cleveland, OH − The ever-increasing spectrum of popular Cream-brand flavors in demand just got ‘berry-interesting’ with the introduction of Kingfish Spirits’ new Strawberry Cream! A fruitful extension of its core palate of flavors (raspberry, orange, cherry, caramel, chocolate and vanilla), Strawberry Cream has been uniquely formulated to perfection, combining natural and artificial strawberry flavors with the same proprietary blend of whipped cream ingredients tinged with a smooth alcohol infusion (15% ALC-VOL/ 30 proof).

Kingfish Spirits

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

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

Strawberry Cream-Tini: A point-of-sale Cream Recipe Book also has been introduced featuring a delectable cornucopia of Cream mixology possibilities including Strawberry Sunrise, Strawberry Slide, Strawberry Rush, Strawberry Fusion and the new Strawberry Cream-Tini.

Strawberry Cream-Tini

1½ oz. gin
1 tsp. dry vermouth
1 tsp. grenadine syrup
Strawberry Cream

Mix ingredients with plenty of ice. Strain into glass and drop in a strawberry. Top with Strawberry Cream.

Retailing at a suggested $9.99-$12.99 per can and is served on-premise in 40 states and growing; Strawberry Cream also is available to wholesalers, distributors and retailers in 12 can cases.


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