HOME > Chowhound > Wine >

Discussion

Sandeman's Celebration Cream

  • 5
  • Share

I can't find this on a search of the site, so does anyone know if Sandeman's still makes its Celebration Cream Sherry? I checked at Total Wine the other day and they didn't have it.

It used to be made every holiday season.

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
Posting Guidelines | FAQs | Feedback
Cancel
  1. I looked through Sandeman's website and they have no listing for this item. Nor is it posted on the web as far as I can see. I did find reference to Domecq's Celebration Cream Sherry but that seems to have been long since discontinued (1959.) Below is a link with an image of that label. Sandeman does make its "Armada Cream Sherry" but apparently that's not a seasonal item.

    http://www.corkbin.com/wine/Domecq-Ce...

    1. I don't actually remember Sandeman's making a "Celebration Cream." I'm not saying they never did, only that I don't recall it. Their "Armada Cream" has long been produced (and still is), though their top-of-the-line sweet sherries have always been their "Royal Corregidor," an old sweetened Oloroso (the very definition of a Cream Sherry is an Oloroso that has been sweetened by the addition of Pedro Ximenez, or "PX" for short), OR their "Royal Ambrosante," which is an old PX -- straight (no Oloroso).

      I, too, remember the Domecq bottling, so it couldn't have been discontinued in 1959, as I know I sold it in the 1970s.

      Sorry I can't be of more help . . .

      3 Replies
      1. re: zin1953

        Jason, In the search I did, I came up with menu references to Domecq's Celebration--the last being in 1959. No doubt you're right though...

        1. re: penthouse pup

          Hey, I'm now -- gulp! -- 60. I can easily be mistaken about events 40 years ago! ;^)

        2. re: zin1953

          Now this is a mystery. I used to buy it every holiday season back in the '70's-'80's but I very vaguely remember reading in Wine Enthus. or some such that they had discontinued making it after many, many years. After that I stopped looking but thought of it again the other day.

          If I find anything out, I will post it but it looks like it's not here anymore.

          Thank you for your help.