Medium dry sherry. Appearance. Golden amber. Nose. Fine wood and hazelnuts. Palate. Full bodies with nutty flavours. Finish. Smooth. Harveys was founded in Bristol in 1796. At the time sherry was transported by ship in oak casks and then blended in England. Harveys Bristol Cream was created in 1880 by John Harvey II and his brother Edward. It contains over 30 blends of Fino, Oloroso, Amontillado and the special Pedro Ximenez grape and is a global icon of sherry. By Appointment to HM Queen Elizabeth II Sherry Suppliers Harveys Jerez Spain
Preparation & Storage
- Food Matching. Serve chilled in a wine glass. Good match with curry and other spicy food. Harveys&Lemonade. 1 Take a clean highball glass. 2 Fill it with fresh, solid ice cubes. 3 Squeeze in a wedge of lime and drop it into the glass. 4 Measure in 50ml Harveys Bristol Cream. 5 Top up with lemonade, garnish with seasonal fruits, stir and serve. Each Harveys&Lemonade contains approximately 1 unit of alcohol. Fino Sherry Cobbler. 1 Add 2 small orange wedges, 4 fresh pineapple chunks, 10ml sugar syrup, 25ml Bols Triple Sec and 75ml Harveys Fino into a clean Boston glass. 2 Gently muddle together to release the juices and essential oils. 3 Fill Boston glass with fresh, solid ice cubes. 4 Shake vigorously for 10-12 seconds. 5 Double strain into a large wine goblet filled with crushed ice, garnish with orange slice, seasonal berries and mint sprig, and serve. Each Fino Sherry Cobbler contains approximately 2 units of alcohol.