The Eclipse on marthastewartflowers.com

The Eclipse

This flavorful tequila-based drink recipe is from mixologist Leo Robitschek.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 ounce reposado tequila
  • 3/4 ounce Aperol
  • 3/4 ounce Cherry Heering
  • 3/4 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Splash of mescal

INSTRUCTIONS

Serves 1

Combine tequila, Aperol, Cherry Heering, and lemon juice in a shaker over ice and shake until well chilled. Strain into a rocks glass over 1 large ice cube and top with a splash of mescal.

Cook’s Note: Aperol is an Italian aperitif made from bitter roots and herbs; Cherry Heering is a Danish cherry-flavored liquor

Bombay Sapphire Sloe Gin Cocktails a Festive Treat on gintime.com

Bombay Sapphire Sloe Gin Cocktails a Festive Treat

Sloe Gin, with its ruby red colour, is particularly festive and here are some great ideas from Bombay Sapphire for delicious sloe gin drinks. If you haven’t already made your sloe gin with Bombay Sapphire we strongly recommend Plymouth Sloe gin.

BOMBAY SAPPHIRE SLOE COBBLER
Shake 35ml Bombay Sapphire Sloe Gin, 20ml Amontillado Sherry, 20ml freshly squeezed lemon juice and 10ml Cherry Herring (cherry liqueur) in a cocktail shaker with cubed ice, then pour into a highball glass. Top with crushed ice and garnish with seasonal fruit, a mint sprig, lemon zest and a slice of orange. A perfectly balanced tipple incorporating sweet and dry notes, with a rich nutty sourness
and an elegant sweetness.

http://www.gintime.com/news/bombay-sapphire-sloe-gin-cocktails-a-festive-treat/

Linnea Johansson presents Coffee Heering on TV4

Linneas Boozy Donuts

 

http://www.tv4play.se/nyheter_och_debatt/nyhetsmorgon?title=festfixarens_boozy_donuts&videoid=2123517

 

Happy National Maple Syrup Day on examiner.com

If you love the rich taste of maple syrup, you’re in luck. December 17th is National Maple Syrup Day.  Sweeet!    While the origins of this annual food holiday are unknown, maple syrup has been enjoyed since Native American’s “invented” the syrup centuries ago.   

The Cherry Maple Leaf

The rich, velvety color of this cocktail is reminiscent of fall foliage, while its warming base of brandy and maple wards off autumn’s chill.

MAKES ONE COCKTAIL

 INGREDIENTS

1 oz. brandy

1/2 oz. Cherry Heering
1/4 oz. maple syrup
1/4 oz. dry vermouth
Squeeze of lemon juice

INSTRUCTIONS

Mix the ingredients in a cocktail shaker and pour over ice into a tumbler to serve. 

http://www.examiner.com/holidays-in-national/happy-national-maple-syrup-day-20-maple-syrup-cocktails-beverages

Bar of the Week Double Review: 1534 and Mary Queen of Scots

….Tartan embellishments are countered with spray paint; golden flowers grow out of booths and a cage separates the diners in back from bar guests ordering Scotch-laden cocktails like the classic Blood and Sand (Glenlivet 12 yr, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering, orange juice and a flamed orange peel). ….

http://www.papermag.com/2010/11/bar_of_the_week_double_review.php

Cherries Flambé on ahistoryofdrinking.com

  Cherries Flambé

 Created by James Moreland 

  • 1 ¼ oz Frangelico
  • 2 barspoons Harvest Song sour cherry macerate
  • ¾ oz Cherry Heering

Shake hard, strain long over rocks. Served in a Collins glass. Garnish with sour cherries and twist of lemon.

Cherry Heering on post-gazette.com living/restaurants

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The sun may go down before 5, but at least happy hour starts around the same time. A cocktail or two will warm you right up, like the winter sangria at Eleven, a potent mix of cabernet sauvignon, Cherry Heering, apricot Brandy, cranberry, maple whisky liqueur and fresh fruit. At Salt of the Earth in Garfield, bar manager Summer Voelker is putting the finishing touches on juniper eggnog with Stregga and bourbon, while sister restaurants Brix on the North side and Toast! Kitchen and Wine Bar in Shadyside are serving up mulled wine. A fine glass of liquor feels warming all on its own, and you could spend all winter working your way through the whiskey offerings at Piper’s Pub on the South Side, or the tequila list at the new Verde Mexican Kitchen and Cantina in Friendship.

Wherever you go this season, sit and sip awhile and enjoy the feeling of being cozy and well-fed. You may even find yourself wishing that winter would never end.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11335/1193631-46.stm

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