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August 2014

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48  /  the tasting panel  /  august 2014 by Brian Kustera / photos by Eric Tadsen S orry, California. The cows in Wisconsin might be even happier now that Midwest Custom Bottling has given them reason to celebrate with Tippy Cow, a decadent, real dairy rum cream innovation that's putting a smile on every- one's face—cow and consumer alike. Stepping in for the milkmen of the past (think clean-cut and immaculate white uniforms), Tippy Cow proudly uses high-quality ingredients to deliver doses of delicious nostalgia that ensure the perfect flavor experience—it's even packaged in the same old-fashioned milk bottles of yesteryear! "Customers absolutely love it, and they can't help but compare it to familiar flavors from their past. From the Vanilla Soft Serve to the Shamrock Mint, there's a memory in every bottle for everyone," says Ashley Shafer, General Manager at Sheryl's Club 175—a true Wisconsin-style bar in the heart of America's dairyland. "Drinking and eating local has become very popular, and we are so excited to serve a product that's produced in our home state. Prior to Tippy Cow, alcoholic creams meant Irish creams, but now we have something very mixable, drinkable, and well…American!" she exclaims. THE TASTING PANEL must admit: It's veal-y good and veal-y mixable. Udder-ly Delicious TIPPY COW RUM CREAMS DELIVER NOSTALGIC FLAVORS— SHERYL'S CLUB 175 "DAIRY"S YOU TO TRY IT! Tippy Cow is packaged appropriately in old-fashioned milk bottles to reinforce the fact that they are made with the freshest real dairy cream from Wisconsin.

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