Made in Kentucky, Enjoyed Worldwide
Bourbon Cream is handcrafted using Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon, making it a perfect marriage of rich delicious cream and smooth Kentucky bourbon.
You can enjoy it chilled, on the rocks, or pour it in a cup of coffee for an indulgent after dinner treat. Try the Buffalo Float- “the adult root beer float.”
Buffalo Float – The grown up Root Beer Float!
- 2 oz Buffalo Trace Distillery Bourbon Cream
- 4 oz root beer
Combine in glass and serve.
For extra richness, pour over 1 scoop vanilla ice-cream.
This liqueur is rich and sweet. The smooth taste of Buffalo Trace Bourbon compliments the creamy vanilla flavor.
2019 Silver Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition
2019 Gold Medal - Denver International Spirits Competition
2018 Bronze Medal - New York International Spirits Competition
2018 Bronze Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition
2018 Trophy Finalist; "Great Value" - 93 points - Ultimate Spirits Challenge
2018 Silver Medal - Denver International Spirits Competition
2017 Bronze Medal - New York World Wine & Spirits Competition
2017 Bronze Medal - International Wine & Spirits Competition
2017 Gold Medal - 91 points - Los Angeles International Spirits Competition
2017 Silver Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition
2017 "Great Value;" 92 points - Ultimate Spirits Challenge
2016 Gold Medal / 90 points - Los Angeles International Spirits Competition
2015 Bronze Medal - Spirits of the Americas
Silver Medal & Best Buy - "Highly Recommended" - 89 points - Beverage Testing Institute
“.. just pure hedonistic pleasure. I even tried some mixed with some root beer, which was kind of like a float without the ice cream.”
“But the star of the show is the Bourbon Cream. Toss that guy in a little root beer and you have a knock your socks off adult root beer float. Holy Cow.”
“…a taste of the Kentucky Bourbon Cream and my god, that would be a problem to have in my house. So smooth and delicious, and it becomes even better after a dash of root beer. You’ve been warned.”