“WAR OF THE SLING” with Cherry Heering, Death´s Door Spirits and Charles H.

We want to see you!
Come join in Heering’s 200-year celebration as Heering (Peter F Heering)and Death’s Door Spirits take on New Orleans and Tales of the Cocktail2017 together with King Cocktail Dale DeGroff and Lorenzo Antinori from Charles H. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul 포시즌스 호텔 서울 at Arnaud’s & the French 75 Bar

See some of the word’s best bars – The World’s 50 Best Bars and nominated at TOTC, shake up their own versions of the unparalleled Singapore Sling, one of history’s most classic cocktails. You will get to taste and grade the Slings made by specially invited bartenders:

Mea Leech & Carlos Gabriel Irizarry Agostini / La Factoria, Puerto Rico
Cedric Allen Mendoza / Manhattan Bar, Singapore
Alba Huerta / Julep, Houston
Christine Wiseman / Broken Shaker at Freehand Miami, Los Angeles
Gui Jaroschy / Broken Shaker at Freehand Miami, Miami
Jose Luis Leon Martinez & Benjamin Padrón Novoa Pablo Pasti Mangialavori / Licoreria Limantour Mexico City

Who can really Sling it? That’s up to you.

Please RSVP to info@heering.com by July 11.

Must be 21+ and have an offical Tales of the Cocktail wristband.

Cherry Heering Brings Vintage Bottle to New Orleans

One of the last known remaining vintage bottles of Cherry Heering liqueur from 1890 was donated at the 2011 Tales of the Cocktail from Adele Robberstad, CEO of the Xante Company and Peter F. Heering, to bar icon Dale DeGroff, President of The Museum of The American Cocktail for permanent display. Now Cherry Heering can lay claim to truly being one of the all-time classic and quality tasting brands, as it has finally returned to where it was awarded its most prestigious medal—the gold medal at The World Fair 1884 in New Orleans as the best liqueur.

“This is truly a big day for the Heering Family, it is more than handing over a bottle, it is closing a circle, it is coming back to New Orleans,” said Robberstad. “The Museum of the American Cocktail is a place of honor and a perfect home for the rarest vintage of Cherry Heering.”

The first vintage bottle opening of 1890 in over a hundred plus years of Cherry Heering liqueur took place at The Campbell Apartment in New York City in 2010, where several members of the cocktail community took place in the tasting. Previous vintage bottles of Cherry Heering were auctioned off through Sotheby in New York with proceeds benefitting DIFFA, Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.

“The Museum of the American Cocktail celebrates Peter F. Heering and Cherry Heering, quite simply, the irreplaceable cocktail ingredient,” said Dale DeGroff, President of the Museum of the American Cocktail.


Gray Goose Cherry Heering on Sundancechannel

Danny Valdez is a bartender in a city steeped in cocktail culture. The seemingly easy task in New Orleans has been anything but.

1 part GREY GOOSE® Vodka
1 part manzanilla sherry
I part Cherry Heering liqueur
Zested orange on top

Heering once again in the New York Times!

Morning Joe With a Jolt

Troy Sidle Coffee cocktails at the Randolph, from left: the Incoming Tide, World’s Best Dad, Slow Trip to New Orleans and Double Punch.
For those who find that a cup of joe just isn’t quite enough to get them going in the morning, the Randolph at Broome has started serving coffee with an extra kick, starting at 8 a.m.
Hot and cold coffee cocktails — for $13 — include the World’s Best Dad, laced with Laird’s Applejack and sweet vermouth, and the Slow Trip to New Orleans, a glass of Bulleit bourbon, Plymouth sloe gin and coffee.
Troy Sidle of Alchemy Consulting, a consulting firm that developed the program for the Randolph, said it wasn’t easy finding the right spirits to go with coffee.
“Spirits that were too complex were outshone by the coffee,” Mr. Sidle said. “We found, because coffee beans are a fruit, fruit-based liquors worked best.”
Hence the Incoming Tide, which calls for Cognac and Cherry Heering. The fruitiest cocktail on the list is the cold Double Punch, with Pisco, distilled from grapes, and maraschino liqueur, derived from cherries.
The general coffee-to-alcohol ratio in the cold coffee cocktails is 2 to 1; the hot cocktails contain less booze.
For those who don’t wish to have their eyes opened quite so wide so early, there is regular coffee, ground to order, with a rotating selection of five roasts (recent selections included Oslo Papua New Guinea and Dark Matter Ethiopia Yirgacheffe). But they’re not serving espresso or cappuccino.
“The Randolph is known as an all-American, rock-n-roll bar,” Mr. Sidle said. “We wanted to stay true to the idea of an American bartender rather than an Italian barista, so we went back to a 1960s Greenwich Village idea of an American coffee house.”
Each cup is slow-dripped through custom-designed pour-over devices.
Between the pour-overs and the cocktails are “augmented coffees,” which are enhanced with a variety of spices, nuts and other flavoring agents. “We didn’t want to cover up the coffee” with the flavor mixes, said Mr. Sidle. “We wanted to bring out the flavors in the coffee.”
With the soothing Summer Road, the mix of malted milk powder and Oaxacan chocolate is added as a powder to the dry coffee grounds. In other drinks, the flavor spike comes from house-made elixirs, like the Fountainhead, which is supplemented by a blend of sarsaparilla, orange peel and star anise, topped with whipped cream.
All the augmented coffees have something else you wouldn’t expect in a coffee house: salt.
“We kept finding that when we added sweet elements to coffee, it would result in a somewhat tannic note,” said Mr. Sidle. “The salt somehow inhibits that unpleasant sensation.” (Some of the coffee cocktails also contain a pinch of salt.)
After 5 p.m., all the coffee apparatus is packed. So if you’re craving a coffee cocktail, last call is 4:30 p.m.

The Randolph at Broome, 349 Broome Street (Elizabeth Street), NoLIta, (212) 274-0667


Heering at the Tales of the Cocktail 2010

Heering will be present at the Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans in May 2010. Please follow the link below to read everything about the happening and about the presence of Heering. There willl also be a very special happening in the tasting room…


Heering, Official sponsor of Tales of the Cocktail

2010 Heering was one of of the proud sponsors of Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans.


Heering at Tales of a Cocktail in New Orleans

Heering will be at the Tales of a Cocktail in New Orleans this year again! If you are around on the 11th of July, be sure to swing by for some mind blowing Heering cocktails.

Excerpt from the theliquidmuse.com

The following could be read on the popular cocktail blog theliquidmuse.com (written by Natalie Bovis-Nelsen):

Cherry Heering: The Stylish Girl’s Perfect Fashion Accessory…

Or Is It the Other Way Around?

I know I’m a bit late to the game in falling in love with Cherry Heering. I first tasted it in New Orleans this past July in one of the more unique tasting rooms at the Tales of the Cocktail. The imaginative team behind the sweet Danish cherry brandy liqueur paired the luscious elixir with dresses to fit any kind of woman. Now, that’s one way to get a woman’s attention.

Feeling sexy and wild? A sparkling cocktail dress livens up any hot date or upcoming holiday party, particularly with a classic cocktail in hand. Feeling sultry and sweet? Romance your man with a flirty frock and a tasty drink.

Best of all, YOU can get in on the fun. The Accessorize 2009 Competition is a global fashion and drink competition intended for the world’s most talented mixologists and aspiring designers. See below, then submit your entry.

• Cherry Heering is looking for designers to create a cocktail dress inspired by a Cherry Heering cocktail and mixologists to concoct a cocktail based on the dresses and glassware.

• The grand finale will host winners from 12 different countries at the legendary Raffles Hotel in Singapore (birthplace of the Singapore Sling).

Are you excited to open a bottle of Cherry Heering and see what all the fuss is about? While its integral in the aforementioned, and yummy, Singapore Sling, I’ll let you in on a little secret… My favorite cocktail du jour is Blood & Sand.

Although it can seem like a weird combination of ingredients when you first read it – trust me when I tell you that it is freakin’ delicioso! You know I wouldn’t lie to you. You can also impress your pals during cocktail party chit-chat by informing them that this wonderful Fall drink is actually one of just a few scotch cocktails, to boot.

Blood & Sand

3/4 ounce scotch
3/4 ounce Cherry Heering
3/4 ounce Sweet Vermouth
3/4 ounce orange juice

Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange twist. Garnish with the outfit that best suits your mood…


Cherry Heering & Mint Cocktail- the bartender’s choice

During the annual Tales of the Cocktail event in New Orleans, our US distributor Kindred Spirits asked the world’s top bartenders and mixologists for their favorite new cocktail creations. The Cherry Heering & Mint cocktail was selected (see recipe and link below) which Kindred’s own Sam Kershaw has been creating at The Hideout in Brooklyn.

Here is the link to the fifty best: http://www.thefiftybest.com/spirits/best_cocktails/

Cherry Heering & Mint Cocktail
Mixologist: Sam Kershaw
Hideout, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

2 parts Cherry Heering Liqueur
1 part lime juice
1 part simple syrup
8 fresh mint leaves

Mix all ingredients together with ice in a cocktail glass. Top with club soda. Enjoy!

Heering Cherry Liqueur in New Orleans

Heering Cherry Liqueur was together with its US distributor, Kindred Spirits Inc., present at the “Tales of a Cocktail” conference in New Orleans from July 16th-July 20th. Tales of the Cocktail is the largest conference on the subject of mixology and cocktails in the United States, attracting several thousand top bartenders, educators, journalists (spirits, wine, food & travel) and spirits producers. The event was well-publicized in many national and regional consumer lifestyle, epicurean and travel media outlets as well as bar industry magazines to attract attendees.

Cherry Heering participated with a sponsorship of three events: Cherry Heering Tasting Room, Cocktail Garnishes from Functional to Fabulous Seminar and the Tiki Cocktail event. In addition, the brand was requested for an additional three seminars. The excitement around the Cherry Heering brand was great and Kindred Spirits Inc. did an excellent job displaying the brand at this important conference. The obvious enthusiasm and excitement around the brand can only tell us that the brand is heading for an even brighter future overseas. For a short cut from the event, go to the following link:


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