Devon Double Cream

A dense cream skimmed from the surface of milk. With a butterfat content of 48%, it is much more decadent than whipped cream but slightly lower than clotted cream.

It is not difficult to guess where English Double Devon Cream is made; Devon or Devonshire in South West England. Double Devon Cream is a dense cream made from pasteurized cream, with a butterfat content of 48 percent. So a lot fatter than regular heavy cream, which is 38 percent. The other very British Cream, clotted cream is more butter as it has a fat content of minimum 55 percent and often higher. This genuine Double Devon Cream can be simply spooned straight from the jar on to fruit, scones muffins or warm apple pie. It is also ideal for use in a variety of savory recipes including pasta and sauces.
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Brand Name Devon Company
Ingredients Pasteurized cream (from cow’s milk).
Milk Source Cow
Milk Treatment Pasteurized
Country United Kingdom
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