Devonshire cream

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Dev·on·shire cream

 (dĕv′ən-shîr′, -shər)
[After Devonshire, or Devon, a county of southwest England.]
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Devonshire cream

(ˈdɛvənʃɪə; -ʃə)
(Cookery) another name for clotted cream
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clot′ted cream′

a thick, rich cream made by gently cooking whole milk and skimming off the layer of cream from the top. Also called Devonshire cream.
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Noun1.Devonshire cream - thick cream made from scalded milk
cream - the part of milk containing the butterfat
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It was carrying a single passenger and goods that included newspapers, Devonshire cream and jam.
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The ritual is celebrated within the elegant ambience of the Lounge, where butler-style service and a traditional menu of petit-fours, tea sandwiches, scones, and Devonshire cream complement the menu together with delectable regional delicacies, all for those who appreciate the finer things in life.
But eagle-eyed Charles spotted a culinary faux pas at the Royal Cornwall Show where he was presented with a scone topped as if it was a Devonshire cream tea.
Tiered stands offered tea sandwiches and sweet treats as well as delicious Cream Scones with Jam and Devonshire Cream.
It flew from London to Paris, but there was just one passenger on board - who was carrying some leather, grouse and jars of Devonshire cream. 35 MILLION Cups of tea served on board each year, as well as 36.5 million meals and 3.7 million bottles of wine.
The tea comprises plain and fruit scones with Devonshire cream and strawberry jam, then four sandwiches in flavours including salmon, cucumber and egg mayonnaise.
Winterton insists that Devonshire cream teas are "the global brand leader," and hopes protected status could be granted before Britain leaves the EU, a process widely expected to begin in 2018.
The "Afternoon Tea" ($24.50 per person) includes a full service of three miniature sweets, three finger sandwiches, two miniature scones, a mini loaf, tea biscuit, fruit preserves, and Devonshire cream. It's served on a traditional three-tier stand.
"High Tea" ($13.75 per person) features a selection of two miniature sweets, two finger sandwiches, one miniature scone, fruit preserves, and Devonshire cream.