Sorbet is a frozen dessert made from sweetened water with flavoring (typically fruit juice or fruit purée, wine, liqueur, or very rarely, honey), and was already known in China since the Seventh Century B.C.
Here at PrintWorks, we wish to introduce you to members of our amazing team, providing an inside look at how our printing family operates.
To start, we want to introduce you to the head of our Mail Department, Trisha Sweetser! Trisha is currently in the middle of her seventh year at PrintWorks. You will usually find her with a smile on her face and a “hello” on her lips. As the head of our Mail Department, Trisha maintains detailed knowledge of pertinent postal regulations and changes, prepares our customer mailing lists, performs all sorting, traying, and sacking, amongst many other duties. She’s simply amazing is what we’re trying to say!
In the United States, parfait refers to either the traditional French-style dessert or to a popular variant, the American parfait, made by layering parfait cream, ice cream, and/or fruit in a tall glass, or it can also be in a short and stubby, clear glass. The clear glass displays the layers of the dessert.