Two at the most – Communist Cocktail Cherry Heering

The Communist Cocktail
The Communist
1 ounce London dry gin
1 ounce orange juice
0.75 ounce lemon juice
0.5 ounce cherry brandy (Cherry Heering)
Shake until as sold as Mother Russia, double strain into a very proletarian cocktail glass.
With fresh fruit juices and Cherry Heering, this is a little bourgeois for the name. I was initially reluctant to go with the full 3/4 ounce lemon juice, but decided the cherry brandy and orange juice would be plenty sweet, so in it went.
A surprisingly dry final result.
I rarely use fresh squeezed orange juice, largely because I rarely see proper juicing oranges, and don’t much like navel orange juice in my cocktails. This came out enjoyable as is, but I bet it would be really great with fresh orange juice. And the color of the cocktail is a lot of fun.
Definitely a drink I’ll keep in mind to return to in the future. Bet it would make a fun brunch drink.

Intoxicologist – Cherry Heering Cherry Vanilla Alexander

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!

Savoystomp – Savoy Cocktail book – Singapore Sling

BarBizmag Mad Men

Winner of Heering Goes Mad (Men) 2011 Announced

The Xante Company & Peter F. Heering announced to a full house which cocktail is most likely to intrigue Don Draper after work at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic event, Heering Goes Mad (Men), which ended the annual liquid inspiring gathering in New York City. The winning cocktail, called The Sour Cherry Sidecar (Cherry Heering, Cognac and fresh lime juice), was created by Stacy Nikkila of The Boom Boom Room.

“The incredible and inspired amount of various Cherry Heering, Coffee Heering and Xante recipes submitted was truly thrilling to see,” said Adele Robberstad, CEO, The Xante Company/Peter F. Heering. “Stacy’s winning cocktail embodies the smart simplicity that can be achieved using Cherry Heering for both bartenders and consumers at home in more than our 100 Heering brand markets around the world.”

Stacy Nikkila and her winning take on the Sidecar will be a feature in Elle Magazine International, Gotham Magazine, OK! Magazine and The Robb Report.

The cocktail was selected by an elite panel of professional judges, including Head Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, famed cocktail guru Sasha Petraske, Laura Lane of OK! Magazine, Daniel Curtis of The Robb Report, and Sheila Marikar of ABC News Now.

“It was a pleasure hosting the judging of Heering Goes Mad (Men) cocktail competition to benefit DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids) at The Lamb’s Club and it was an exciting experience to see the different cocktails that the up & coming mixologists from across the world are creating,” said Geoffrey Zakarian, Partner/Executive Chef of The Lambs Club.

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Heering & Xanté Bröllopsguiden – Wedding Magazine in Sweden –

Lars Wallin Swedish Haute -Couture designer celebrates 20 years in business. Xanté and Heering was present and Lars handpicked three drinks to be served

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Heering on WOW Gear Sets – Tony Sachs from Huffington post

At one point, he mentioned the cocktail wed been served up. Pretty good, right? he asked. What if I was to tell you that this was the original Singapore Sling recipe that was being made in Singapore in 1913? Does it taste better? Well, it kinda does to me. And I must admit I felt the same way. Make of that what you will.

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