The Cream Puff cocktail is a drink with a creamy flavor. It is made with crème de cacao, heavy cream, and vanilla extract. The origins of the Cream Puff cocktail remain unclear. There is no mention of it in any 19th-century bartender’s guides. The earliest known mention was in the 1922 book "What's What at the White House" by Emily Post. The recipe for the Cream Puff cocktail was published in 1928 by George J. Kappeler in his "Modern American Drinks." It is a modern twist on the classic long drink. It's creamy and delicious, and it goes great with some fresh fruit or some truffle popcorn!