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What does PX stand for?

PX stands for Pedro Ximinez (sherry grape variety)

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BUTTERMILK ICE CREAM WITH APPLE PUREE, PEDRO XIMINEZ CARAMEL AND HONEYCOMB Matched with Yalumba Museum Reserve Muscat, Victoria, Australia | Prepare ice cream 24 hours before serving | 300ml double cream | 50g icing sugar | 300ml buttermilk | Vanilla essence | Tablespoon of white rum optional Lightly whip cream with the icing sugar until billowy.
Sherry is enjoying a revival and this blend of fino, amontillado, oloroso and pedro ximinez is sweet and rich with raisin, while the full-bodied style makes it an ideal mixer.
Pedro Ximinez is a grape variety normally associated with ultra-sweet sherries that coat the tongue with cream and raisins.
But there is also a range of premium wines, which have not previously been available -- even though many wine experts acknowledge that some of the best Pedro Ximinez is grown in Montilla.
My sherry and white picks as outstanding were the Emilio Lustau Bodega Vieja amontillado ($40) and Sandeman Royal Ambrosante old solera pedro ximinez ($34) sherries, Albert Boxler's lovely 2001 pinot blanc ($24) and the round, smooth Domaines Schlumberger Grand Cru 2001 Saering riesling ($18).
Some others, while not routinely available in the US, use chenin blanc or chardonnay caskes, while other single malts have spent finishing time in pedro ximinez or montilla butts.
No, it's not designed for the golfer: as the only triple-distilled Scotch whisky, the Auchentoshan Three Wood is aged ten years in bourbon barrels, one year in sherry butts and six months in casks previously used for Pedro Ximinez, the sweet Spanish fortified wine.