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Vermeer Dutch Chocolate Cream Liqueur

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Vermeer Dutch Chocolate Cream Liqueur

This 17 percent alcohol liqueur, which is a blend of Dutch chocolate, vodka and cream takes its name from the 17 th century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The bottle, which is embossed with the artist's signature features the painting Girl with a Pearl Earring, considered Vermeer's most famous work. SKYY Vodka founder Maurice Kanbar began working on creating the perfect chocolate cream liqueur nearly four years ago. Vermeer was made with an attention to detail and disregard for expense that is unusual today. Since the first priority was to use the smoothest, richest chocolate in the world, Maurice chose real Dutch chocolate, despite the fact that its expense persuades most manufacturers to settle for chocolate flavorings. He then added fresh dairy cream, also from the Netherlands and - not surprisingly - premium vodka. The result is a chocolate cream liqueur that is unmatched in smoothness and pure chocolate flavor.
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