Review: Qream Peach Creme Liqueur
Here is proof that not all musicians are required to lend their name to a cheap Cognac. Pharrell Williams’ creation is Qream, a pair of cream liqueurs flavored with either peaches or strawberries.
I don’t know who out there is clamoring for fruit-flavored cream liqueurs, but here we have it. We tasted only the peach version, and it is exactly what you would expect. The milky-pink-orange color is instantly off-putting, and the nose is surprisingly mute, hinting at almost nothing in the glass below. Take a sip and you get a heavy canned peach character, followed by something akin to rose-petal-heavy perfume in the finish. Cloying and saccharine, it’s a rocky road from there, with a long, lingering, and coating aftertaste that is hard to shake.
Qream is, in comparison to other “artist”-driven drinks, surprisingly understated, but unless you’ve really got Georgia on your mind, the difficult construction of this one makes it a pass. That’s a peaches reference. Sorry.
25 proof. Refrigerate after opening. Keep out of direct sunlight.
C- / $25 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]
It’s been a while since I read a bad review.
I ran across this in my local liquor store and was intrigued by the look but did not buy. Because it’s a cream liquor I wanted to know if this had any expiration? The bottle looked pretty old and this brand alone launched in 2011
This brand died in 2013. Most cream liqueurs have a shelf life of about 2 years unopened. I wouldn’t dream of drinking this today. https://drinkhacker.com/2019/05/11/how-long-does-baileys-and-other-cream-liqueurs-last