48 HOURS IN BERLIN on drinkmemag.com

by Ava Fedorov

….Located on a quiet, residential block in Mitte, one of the trendier neighborhoods in former East Berlin, Reingold’s foreboding front door is not only unmarked, it is locked. Like a school kid goaded into a dare, I cautiously rang the bell. The door opened and a smart, young waiter in 1920’s garb guided us inside. A large, eye-catching print of a couple in matching ties presided over one end of the space, while the languidly long, minimal bar seemed to stretch on forever. It was early still for the notoriously night-owlish city, and the bar was only partially occupied by a handful of aloof and well-dressed corporate types (also in matching ties). Lucky for us, this meant we had the bartender’s full attention. I challenged the bartender to a Singapore Sling, the original tiki drink. Boozy and complex with just the right amount of exotic, Cheery Heering sweetness, the Singapore sling at Reingold suddenly seemed like the ideal way to begin a night of drinking in Berlin. I ordered another.


laist.com Cherry Heering at LA County Museum of Art

Food From Film as Art: Tim Burton-Approved Dishes Added to Ray’s & Stark Bar Menu for LACMA Exhibit

 Photo by Salina Canizales via the LAist Featured Photos pool

The Tim Burton Retrospective is drawing crowds to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and savvy attendees will be sure to time their visit with room for a drink and some eats at Ray’s and Stark Bar, the patio-style bar and restaurant that have recently opened up at the venue. Having already created a delicious cocktail, the Dr. Burton, that plays on the cineaste’s affinity for Dr. Pepper (it’s made with DonQ white rum with Amaretto, Cheery Heering and Amaro CioCiara), two Burton-approved dishes have gone on the dining room menu, and can be served up by request: Razor clams in squid olive broth with polenta island, burned octopus, fresh herbs, and piqulo peppers ($16) and white rabbit with tea in a mushroom forest ($27).

The dishes, and the drink, are available until the exhibit closes, October 31, 2011.

Cheery Heering on Mycitycuisine.org


From Mycitycuisine.org

Kirsebælikør or Heering Cherry Liqueur it is a cherry liqueur manufactured in Denmark is similar to the national German brandy – Kirsch. Kirsebælikør is often referred to as Peter Heering or Cherry Heering in cocktail recipes. The liqueur is characterized by a sweet, fruity flavor mainly of cherries. It has a specific bitter aftertaste due to sour morello cherries, that are added to the recipe. Normally, kirsebælikør is drunk as an apéritif in small glasses but it may also be added to coffee, cocktails or Danish desserts.

Cheery Heering on Conservative Government


Conservative Government

How to Make The Melee Cocktail – in 12 Seconds
The Melee Cocktail is an original Gianfranco Verga creation that can be found on the menu at this week’s host bar, Louis 649. Drop in to Louis for exceptional cocktails, amazing atmosphere, and, of course, the Melee. Recipe: • 1 oz Gin • 1 oz Meletti Amaro • 1 oz Fino Sherry • 1/4 oz Cherry Heering. Stir over ice, strain into a old fashioned glass and top with a lemon twist. (00:32)

Cheery Heering written about in Danish newspaper ”Borsen”

On the 14th of November, a piece was written on Heering Cherry Liqueur in the Danish newspaper “Borsen”. Cherry Heering is in the article named a great part of history of Danish culture. It also mentions that it is a shame that this Danish brand has been somewhat “neglected” over the years and that it is with great enthusiasm that Heering now seem to be back with new force.
To read the whole article, log into www.borsen.dk


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