A staple with afternoon tea, also known as clotted cream or Devonshire cream, originated in the United Kingdom.

This thick, rich cream is made by indirect heat of a steam bath, placing unpasteurized cream from Devon cows and then leaving it to cool slowly as the cream cools it clots hence the name ‘clotted’ cream and it sis strongly associated with Cornwall and Devon England. The first originator of the cream is not clear but it resembles a Middle Eastern delicacy. Possibly introduced to the Cornwall 2,000 years ago with English historical evidence dating back to the early 1300’s. Made by Coombe Castle International, Double Devon Cream is 48-50% milk fat, is a fresh pasteurized cream with a distinct flavor worth seeking out to accompany your next afternoon tea and to add to your repertoire of refrigerated gourmet treats like their luxury cream, Devon Double Cream with Brandy!!

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