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~I Love a Bit Of Cream~



"==Rodda's Cornish Clotted Cream== I am very partial to a cream tea from time to time but considering how bad they are for you try to keep it only about twice a year and usually that is in the summer time. No proper cream tea is without a big slathering of clotted cream either and for the finest you can get Rodda's is always the brand of choice. Having made this cream since 1890 with a blend of West Cornwall milk and a unique production ..." Read review

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A deeply delicious indulgence



"...picking up a tub of Roddas Cornish Clotted Cream. The family company has been around for a long time, and started producing Cornish Cream in 1890 , from their own cows. Of course fridges weren't around in those days, but one of the daughters of the family discovered a way to preserve clotted cream in glass jars. Now, they don't have their own herd of cows anymore, but instead source all their milk from other local farms. And it's no longer in glass ..." Read review

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Cream of the Crop! (Rodda's Cornish Clotted Cream)

AdvantagesSilky smooth texture, great with desserts

DisadvantagesNot great for the waistline!

"...delicacy. I grew up eating Roddas with many deserts and like to keep a pot in the fridge. ==Packaging== A nice traditional looking design adorns the plastic tub and clear plastic lid. The design features an old fashioned milk maid carrying pails of milk. The packaging leaves you in no doubt that the cream is Cornish! ==Description of Product== Clotted cream is a very thick cream which has a similar consistency to your average cheesecake. ..." Read review

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