Trifle refers to a fruit juice or liquor soaked sponge cake covered with layers of fruit, jelly, custard and cream served cold. Moreover, Trifle is the most famous English dessert that consists of sponge cake soaked in brandy or sherry, coated with fruit or jam, and topped with cream custard.

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