Temperance, Michigan, that is. The ironically named Temperance Brands – yes, the town was dry for a while in the 1800s and again during Prohibition – produces, among other products, Silk Premium Wines and Tolly’s liqueurs, which we recently tasted. Both items are creamy and sweet, and best enjoyed after a meal. Silk wines are made from cream, flavors and a neutral wine base that provides a 14 percent alcohol kick. Luscious and natural tasting, these are great served chilled over ice or stirred into a cup of coffee. Mixed with spirits, they also make a decadent dessert cocktail. The four flavors – Chocolate, Vanilla, Cherry Chocolate and Mint Chocolate – sell for $9.99. Tolly’s liqueurs are similarly creamy but pack a higher punch at 20 percent alcohol. They also have a richer, more buttery flavor. Tolly’s Vanilla Spice, Tolly’s Buckeye Candy (chocolate and peanut butter, natch) sell for $14.99. Get your sweet tooth on.