Bottle #53: Seagram’s Cara Mia

Bottle #53: Seagram’s Cara Mia

Bottle #53: Seagram’s Cara Mia Bottle #53 is Seagram’s Cara Mia. I’d never heard of it before, but it’s a chocolate almond cream liqueur. Like the Seagram’s Amandine from Bottle #32, it’s in a totally generic “Seagram’s” bottle, with no flair. It’s like they...
Bottle #45: Myers’s Original Rum Cream

Bottle #45: Myers’s Original Rum Cream

Bottle #45: Myers’s Original Rum Cream Somewhere in the collection I’m sure there will be a bottle of now-undrinkable Bailey’s Irish Cream. But its presence is already being felt. As I talked about in Bottle #38, Godet white chocolate liqueur, Bailey’s success...
Bottle #34: De Valcourt Brandy

Bottle #34: De Valcourt Brandy

Bottle #34: De Valcourt Brandy Bottle #34 is a pretty little bottle of De Valcourt French Brandy, aged 10 years. The label is in both English and French, so I’m pretty sure this one was bought in Canada. Searching for the name De Valcourt wasn’t particularly helpful...
Bottle #33: Captain Morgan Light Rum

Bottle #33: Captain Morgan Light Rum

Bottle #33: Captain Morgan Light Rum At the end of Bottle #32 – Seagram’s Amandine, I wrote that it wouldn’t be long before we had another bottle from Seagram’s. And here it is, where you’d least expect it, disguised as a bottle of Captain Morgan Light Rum. Not the...
Bottle #32: Seagram’s Amandine

Bottle #32: Seagram’s Amandine

Bottle #32: Seagram’s Amandine In the post for Bottle #25, Seagram’s Cherry Cola Schnapps, I told you that it wouldn’t be long before we had another bottle of Seagram’s product. And here it is! Bottle #32 is Seagram’s Amandine: their take on an Amaretto liqueur....