Cherry Heering on Boozeblogger

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So, yeah, I like this one quite a bit. It’s great by itself and it stands up well in a cocktail. My personal favorite was the Cherry Blossom which combines J.Witty, Gold Rum, Cherry Heering and Peychaud’s bitters. It can be found among the 30-or-so original recipes on their website. The only bad thing about J.Witty is that since it’s a small company their products aren’t yet available on too many shelves (unless you’re in California or Oregon). Luckily you can purchase it online and if you own a liquor shop or have the ear of someone who does, it’s available for shipping to most states. Give it a shot if you get a chance. I don’t think you’ll be dissapointed…and if you are get ahold of me. I’ll be happy to dispose of it for you.

Cherry Blossom on Washington Life Magazine.com

http://www.washingtonlife.com/2011/03/23/wine-spirits-cheers-for-cherry-blossoms-3/

Cheers for Cherry Blossoms
Over at gastropub AGAINN (1099 New York Avenue NW), bartenders are offering a variety of blossom-inspired creations including the Cheerio. This aromatic sipper can be made with gin or vodka, and has a smattering of Danish Cherry Heering Liqueur. A few drops of rosewater give the drink a whiff of floral—look for rosewater at international markets or in some drugstores. You can easily make the brandied garnish by soaking pitted fresh cherries in whatever mixture of booze you like—I add mine to brandy, rum and a little Bourbon. Store them in a refrigerator in a Mason jar or container with a tightly fitting lid—they only get better with time.
Cheerio
Courtesy of AGAINN
1 ½ oz. gin or vodka
½ oz. simple syrup
1 oz. fresh lemon juice
¾ oz. egg white
½ oz. Cherry Heering
4 drops rosewater
Brandied cherry, for garnish
Add all ingredients except Cherry Heering into Boston shaker. Add ice, shake vigorously and double strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Pour Cherry Heering down the side of the glass so it sinks to the bottom. Add four drops of rosewater and garnish with a brandied cherry.
Anchors Aweigh
Courtesy of the St. Regis Bar
1 ½ oz. Bourbon
2 tsp. cherry brandy
2 tsp. peach brandy
2 tsp. Triple Sec
2 tbsp. half and half
Add all to a shaker. Fill with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled Old-Fashioned glass. Alternatively, you can blend the drink with ice.

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