A Danish sounding, and Danish tasting cocktail.
Strong but smooth, probably the best way to describe this delicious drink!
A riff of Blood & Sand. This is the Scandinavian version using akvavit rather than rum.
Combining the best of Japan and Europe, this is the Japean cocktail made with Kokoro gin.
The Spytail rum comes in a round bottle – and round is also the exact right word to describe its taste.
Both cherry Heering and amaro Montenegro in the same drink. This is Groceries for the queen.
Eclipse is a ruby red agave cocktail by Leo Robitschek.
The Swedish cherries are here, and we wanted that to permeate this post. While not using the cherries in the actual cocktail they made a perfect side snack to be enjoyed together with the drink.
The Sanlucar Sling by Sahil Mehta is another drink perfect for the warmer days. A highball cocktail with a lot of sherry, and then some cherry and walnut to make things really interesting and tasty.
The Blood and Sand is a classic cocktail for a reason. That combination os smoky scotch, cherry Heering and orange juice works so well.
The Sinu Metu by Joy Richardson is made with Irish whiskey. We don’t use that very often we have to admit, but we do have a bottle of Jameson in our cabinets and we decided it was time to put it to use.
Whenever you see Cherry Heering in an ingredient list, you know you will end up with a colorful cocktail. And the Bolsy Move from J.M. Curley’s is no exception.