Heering on NYbarfly.com

http://www.nybarfly.com/my_weblog/2011/02/dave-wondrich-does-bourbon-punch.html

…The best thing about this mix is that it keeps things really simple – bourbon, citrus, Cherry Heering, sugar and nutmeg mix together for a potent libation that still goes down smooth. Hayden’s is one of our favorite bourbons for mixing, so your next party will be well served by a batch of this. If you don’t have a party planned, well, you can still fill up that garbage can and get the ladle out whenever you’re feeling wily.
Basil Hayden’s Punch (Makes 2 gallons) – Created by David Wondrich
3 1/2 Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Bottles (750 ml)
2 cups fresh-squeezed, strained lemon juice
1 cup fresh-squeezed, strained blood orange juice
3/4 cup Cherry Heering
1 pound superfine sugar
1 whole nutmeg
In a large batching container, stir sugar into citrus juice. Add Basil Hayden and Cherry Heering. Stir again and refrigerate. Before serving, add 1 gallon of cold water and stir again. Taste for sweetness and adjust if necessary.
To serve, pour into large punch bowl half-full of cubed ice (as big and cold as possible) and grate a quarter of the nutmeg on top. Ladle 2 ounce servings into small cups to serve.

Heering on Koshereye.com

Cherry Heering and Coffee Heering mini bottles

Intoxicologist – Cherry Heering Cherry Vanilla Alexander

http://intoxicologist.net/category/cocktails-drink-recipes/classic-cocktail-recipes/
The Intoxicologist

Cherry Vanilla Alexander – adapted by Cheri Loughlin from the classic Brandy Alexander

3/4 ounce Brandy or Cognac
1/2 ounce Navan Liqueur
1/2 ounce White Crème de Cacao
1/4 ounce Heering Cherry Liqueur
1 ounce Heavy Cream
Maraschino Cherry Garnish
Combine liquids in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until chilled and frothy. Strain into chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with maraschino cherry. Notation: Half & Half may be substituted for the heavy cream. Additional variations to the classic Brandy Alexander can be made by decreasing the Crème de Cacao and supplementing a favorite flavor such as amaretto, hazelnut, raspberry… the possibilities are endless. Experiment with something new!

Bourbon Punch Cherry Heering on blogowogo.com

http://www.blogowogo.com/blog_article.php?aid=3291013&t=12

Anyone who swims in cocktail circles (and pretty much anyone who just drinks a whole bunch) knows that writer and bartender Dave Wondrich is king of the punch bowl. In case you haven’t been able to catch him during his recent guest bartending stint at Fatty Johnson’s, or if you’ve been just dying to use that gigantic new garbage can you got to mix up two gallons of hooch, we’re passing on his yummy bourbon punch recipe from the folks at Basil Hayden’s.

The best thing about this mix is that it keeps things really simple – bourbon, citrus, Cherry Heering, sugar and nutmeg mix together for a potent libation that still goes down smooth. Hayden’s is one of our favorite bourbons for mixing, so your next party will be well served by a batch of this. If you don’t have a party planned, well, you can still fill up that garbage can and get the ladle out whenever you’re feeling wily.

Basil Hayden’s Punch (Makes 2 gallons) – Created by David Wondrich

3 1/2 Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Bottles (750 ml)
2 cups fresh-squeezed, strained lemon juice
1 cup fresh-squeezed, strained blood orange juice
3/4 cup Cherry Heering
1 pound…

REmember the Maine on Portlandcrafcocktails.com

Remember the Maine:
2 oz. Rye Whiskey (High West Double Rye)
.75 oz sweet vermouth (Vya)
2 barspoons Cheery Heering
.5 barspoon absinthe (Amerique 1912)
orange zest
This is a cocktail that everyone should try at least once in their life. It’s a bit like a dolled up Manhattan, with absinthe filling in as the bitters and the cherry heering adding a touch of sweetness for a perfect balance and additional depth. Amerique 1912 Absinthe Verte is one of two absinthes offered by Great Lakes Distillery and is an excellent, highly aromatic chioce. We will have cocktails featuring their other abinsthe (as well as a Kirschwasser) in future posts. The High West Double Rye whiskey is proving to be one of our favorite rye’s, makes exceptional Manhattan’s, and it performs equally well in this drink. We first read about the cocktail on Oh Gosh, but it’s invention is attributed to Charles H. Baker and it’s history can be read in further detail at the Oh Gosh web page here.
Gallo Dulce:
1.5 oz rum (Cockspur)
.5 oz Cherry Heering
.5 oz sweet vermouth
.5 oz lime juice
dash Jamaican #1 Bitters (Bittercube)
Gallo Dulce:
1.5 oz rum (Cockspur)
.5 oz Cherry Heering
.5 oz sweet vermouth
.5 oz lime juice
dash Jamaican #1 Bitters (Bittercube)
Gallo Dulce:
1.5 oz rum (Cockspur)
.5 oz Cherry Heering
.5 oz sweet vermouth
.5 oz lime juice
dash Jamaican #1 Bitters (Bittercube)

1.5 oz gin (Bluecoat)
.75 oz. Pelinkovac
.75 oz. Lemon juice
.5 oz. and a dash Cherry Heering
1 egg white
Lemon zest
Cherry bark vanilla bitters (Bittercube)

Shake all ingredients without ice to get fluffy egg-white foam. Shake all ingredients with ice. Double strain into chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with bitters and lemon zest.

While working with Pelinkovac in previous cocktails, we thought it would make a good flavor pairing with cherry, hence the inspiration for this drink. The juniper heavy, American-made Bluecoat Gin seemed a worthy candidate to stand aside the bold bitter. Usually the farther from London you are, the less pronounced the juniper, but this Philadelphia company doesn’t tame things down for the American palate, though this isn’t to say that it’s harsh (especially considering it’s 94 proof) or single note, as there are rich citrus and herbal tones, gentian and citrus zest are most predominant with hints of cardamom and other botanicals
In our first attempt, we omitted the egg white, but the Pelinkovac was a bit astringent and dry on the finish, probably aided a bit by the high proof gin. The egg white proved to soften and round out the flavors for what we considered a more successful cocktail. There was a citrus cherry sweetness on the nose, juniper forward sip, a tart citrus and herbal wormwood/angelica/gentian bitterness on the swallow, with the extra dash of Cherry Heering keeping the bitterness from overpowering the drink. Bitter drink-lovers may choose to keep the Cherry Heering at a 1/2 oz. The citrus makes this cocktail lighter than other bitter (but delicious) drinks like the Negroni, making the Coat of Armor a good intro to Pelinkovac.

Cherry Heering Mardi Gras

http://digitalissue.riverfronttimes.com/publication/index.php?i=62093&m=&l=&p=12&pre=&ver=flex

Heering – Blood and Sand on WineEnthusiastMagazine in March

…Blood & Sand, inspired by a 1922 film by the same name
Courtesy of Polo Lounge inside Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, California
1 ounce Dewar’s White Label Scotch
1 ounce fresh-squeezed orange juice
¾ ounce Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth
¾ ounce Cherry Heering
Place all ingredients into a mixing glass 3/4 full of cracked ice. Shake and strain well into a martini glass. Garnish with a maraschino cherry placed onto the rim of the glass…

http://www.winemag.com/Wine-Enthusiast-Magazine/March-2011/Cinema-Inspired-Cocktails/

Heering ROOT Colorado Cocktail Competition – the winning cockta

http://www.artintheage.com/blog/recap-photos-from-the-root-colorado-cocktail-competition/
…The competition was fierce and the results were some outstanding cocktails, but the winner for the night was Sean Kenyon from The Squeaky Bean with his original ROOT cocktail,
THE GENERAL.
1 part ROOT
1 part Four Roses Bourbon
.5 part Cherry Heering
.5 part Dimi Liquore di Milano
2 dashes Bitter Truth Orange Bitters
strain into chilled cocktail glass
garnish with orange peel
Thanks to all the participants, everyone who came out and The Squeaky Bean.

abs.news.go Cherry Heering Aged Drinks Cherry Valance

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory?id=12923197

Cherry Heering in IMBIBE

Jan/Feb issue of IMBIBE read about Cherry Heering

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