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Clotted cream (Devonshire or Cornish cream)

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Clotted cream (Devonshire or Cornish cream)

Hi
Where can I buy clotted cream in Toronto? Also similar to this clotted cream, I once ate similar in Bombay/India. I do not know what Indian people called it but would appreciate if you can tell me the name and where can I buy it in Toronto. Thank you.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clotted_cream
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That wiki article refers to malai, that's the closest equivalent for the Indian version. If further processed, you get mawa/koya that is then used to make sweets.
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Yes I did google search for Malai and mawa/koya. Both I guess what I am looking for. Any idea where I can get it in Toronto. I once tried it myself but did not work.
Thank you so much for the help.
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Figure a European delicatessen would have them as well like Starsky’s
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Ontario
Cousins Market in Mississauga/Port Credit carries clotted cream in their dairy case. Store will be offering online shopping through their site soon. https://cousinsmarket.com/

As the store is on Hurontario Street (not far north of the Port Credit station), you should check City of Mississauga's site for LRT construction updates, as work began in March.
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