Add the maraschino liqueur to the syrup and stir to combine. I’ve tried a couple of ways but this is the easiest and works…so I stick with it too. But last year, I couldn't find the materials to make any homemade cherries. So glad it was helpful. If you'd like to support BourbonGuy.com, visit BourbonGuyGifts.com. See what all those listicles were talking about. Homemade cherries, on the other hand, can be made to taste, and come in at less than half the cost (give or take, depending on the price of the cherries). Or eat them straight out of the jar. Sure, they probably ended up costing more than the store-bought, but I had much more than $20 worth of fun making them. If you’ve ever tried to pit a cherry by hand, you’ll understand. As some of you may remember, I shared this post last year, all about store-bought maraschino cherries and how they’re made. Combine sugar, cinnamon stick, vanilla bean, lemon juice and water in a larger non-ionized pot. ), cherry, cocktail, DIY, homemade, maraschino. To be honest, you can make them with whatever kind of liqueur you like. But, the cherries themselves are very disappointing. The latter being my personal favorite and our current go-to cherry for whiskey cocktails. Better versions of cocktail cherries exist. Pick your cherries, pick your liqueur… then pick whether you want them sweet (a little sugar can be added to take the edge of the liqueur, or a lot of sugar can be added to make them sweet and syrupy), or flavored with other things (like whole spices — I added some clove, star anise, and cinnamon to one of my jars). I bought that stuff once and wow it is strong. You can buy fancy Luxardo cherries, made with marasca cherries and soaked in a tart Maraschino liqueur syrup. Just as soon as cherry season rolled around. You explain all the differences and possibilities give the best recipe [which is the one i have been looking for!] my previous batch just finished and they were amazing. Once the cherries are pitted, they’re placed in a (thoroughly cleaned) jar, and steaming hot liqueur is poured over them. Shannon said everything I wanted to say. (Don't overfill your jar like I did -- leave enough room for the alcohol to cover the cherries completely, without spilling over when you close the lid. The longer they sit, the better they get. Best kitchen appliance purchase I’ve made for a while. Some rights reserved. I actually had to run around to like, five different stores before finding the one I used in this post, but I’m really happy with it. Except where otherwise noted, this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported license. and thanks to you all, the cherries we’re getting in our stores are magnificent! They’re a lot sweeter than this homemade version, though — if you want a sweeter cherry, I suggest using the highest amount of sugar indicated in the recipe (maybe even more, depending on your tastes), and adding a few TBSP of tart cherry juice concentrate for that extra boost of cherry flavor. I’ve just read like 6 different recipes/articles about making homemade maraschino cherries and this has been the best one! I finally had to use it in a christmas punch to get rid of it. There are very few time when I am really, truly glad to live in Michigan, with its bitter winters and humid summers, but cherry season is one I am smitten with. Is there a way to make this for kids “no alcohol?”. If for nothing else than to have a reason to buy and use that pitter! While other kids were having watermelon seed spitting competitions, my brother and I had our cherries. I'd give these a pass. ~Enjoy! No sooner does a bag of cherries enter my house, and I’ve eaten every last one. Come to think of it, another commenter mentioned using port wine in his cherries, which is a great idea, too, if you prefer that to liqueur. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The product is distilled in small copper pot stills and aged in Finnish ash wood for the remaining year. Stir in cherries and return to a simmer for 3 minutes. For the past 40 years I have been having a dreadful time finding cocktail cherries of any kind. I previously reviewed the Woodford Reserve Cherries from Bourbon Barrel Foods and found them to be a good, if lesser, substitute for my own cherries. Instead, I decided to make a jar with a little tart cherry juice concentrate added, and found this provided that boost of flavor nicely, as well as turned the syrup a deep shade of red. Turn off the heat and allow the cherries to cool. ), 2-3 TBSP 100% tart cherry juice concentrate (this adds a boost of cherry flavor, and gives the syrup a deep red hue), Whole spices, to taste (whole clove, star anise, cinnamon, black peppercorns, or strips of orange zest are all possibilities -- add these to the jar with the cherries, but don't let them steep too long. Luxardo maraschino cherries are sour marasca cherries that are candied and steeped in syrup made of cherry juice and sugar. However, changing up the booze used in this recipe is a great way to preserve the cherries to suit your own taste preferences. It’s pretty much what I always hoped being a grown-up would be like. And I got a lot more than a 16-ounce jar for my effort. Just as soon as cherry season rolled around. Let me know in the comments below. I can’t wait to try these! Ever since writing about store-bought maraschino cherries, I have held a promise to myself that I would make my own, homemade maraschino cherries. Also, and perhaps more obviously, maraschino cherries are made with maraschino liqueur. Play around with different combinations to find what you like best. And watch videos demonstrating recipe prep and cooking techniques. :). View Gallery 12 Photos Courtesy of Taste of Lizzy T's. Is there a way to make them without the M liqueur? Bring to a simmer, then remove from the heat. Some recipes I’ve seen call for sterilizing the jars, and putting sealed jars in a hot water bath (basic canning approach). This is one of my jars after two weeks in the fridge. Luxardo is one of the only commercial brands left that makes maraschino cherries even close to the way they once where. Sign up with your email address to receive an email notification when a new article publishes. I’m curious, why heat the liquor? If I were to recommend a cherry for your cocktail, I'd recommend making your own. At 172 degrees the alcohol starts to evaporate and you no longer have “boozie” cherries, just flavored ones. For my personal taste, I preferred the cherries made with sugar. Stir to coat all of the cherries in the syrup. After prohibition, the alcohol was replaced with a process of bleaching, dying, chemically preserving, and otherwise robbing the cherries of anything that might once have been considered good or natural. Once cooled, store in the fridge in a tightly sealed jar. Using pomegranate juice is a great idea! I’d love to know how the Johnie Walker Red’s turn out. Add the liqueur to a small saucepan, and place over medium heat. Thanks. I have this nostalgic memory of standing on the front porch of my parent’s house spitting cherry pits over the railing. Wash and pit all the cherries. :). The cherries should keep for at least several months, and the flavor will get better with age. THANKS! Two of them were good enough to write about: Chocolate-Bourbon Cocktail Cherries and Orange-Spiced Cocktail Cherries. As you can see, there are already some cherries missing… not sure how that happened… *cough* i ate them *cough*. It is solely supported by the sale of the hand-made products I sell at the BourbonGuy Gifts Etsy store. Purchase Info: $16.99 for a 400 Gram Jar at Ace Spirits, Hopkins, MN. Which it has. I knew they were bad prior to that, but with it all in black and white like that…ugh. What I found out was, before prohibition, maraschino cherries were simply cherries preserved in maraschino liqueur (an alcohol made from the juice of marasca cherries and their crushed, almond flavored pits). The result is something special so thanks for this great idea. The trouble with fresh Michigan cherries is, I never, ever make anything with them. The skins are tough and sticky and the insides are mush. Combine water, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in a saucepan, and bring it to a simmer. It's one of the most classic of cocktail ingredients and all these 20 cocktails contain at least 15ml / ½oz maraschino. Sour cherries are a popular alternative, but really, when it comes to making your own, you can use whatever variety you like. So I've been buying them this year. Let cool to room temperature, then place in the fridge and let sit for a minimum of two weeks. Adding Kirsch is my next experiment. It mellowed the alcohol, and also made them a little closer to the sweet, candied cherries I’ve become so accustomed to. This was my first time using a cherry pitter, and I was pretty geeked. Want to support BourbonGuy.com? Great post! I suspected they would last years, but since I hadn’t tried it first hand I wasn’t sure. For this recipe I used Luxardo Maraschino … I’m certain there is a way to preserve cherries in sugar without the alcohol, but I haven’t done that myself. Now, that’s all you need, but the possibilities for variation don’t end there. In fact, I'm actually considering tossing the cherries and just keeping the syrup. Cherries are actually a fantastic choice for a nighttime snack; I’ve read that tart cherry juice can be a natural insomnia remedy. So being a DIY sort of guy who loves to cook, I devised my own recipe for cocktail cherries. Use wherever maraschino cherries are called for (perfect for manhattan's and pina coladas). Cooking, Baking, and the Pursuit of Tastiness, Sparkling Cherry Limeade with Homemade Maraschino Cherries, Blackberry Soda with Homemade Blackberry Syrup, Roasted Pear and Gorgonzola Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette, Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Sage – The Taste of Autumn, White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Martini & Homemade White Chocolate Liqueur (FAK Friday), Pomegranate Ginger Fizz with Homemade Grenadine Syrup (FAK Friday), 1 cup maraschino liqueur (or other liqueur, such as brandy, bourbon, grand marnier, amaretto, rum, etc....), ½ - 1½ cups granulated sugar (1/2 cup is just enough to take the edge of the alcohol and make a lightly sweet cherry, while 1½ cups will make a sweet, syrupy cherry -- play around to find what you like best. Along came the Luxardo maraschino cherries to change my definition of what a maraschino cherry should be. I will never touch another jar of store-bought maraschino cherries again. You can certainly taste yours before then and see what you think, but the longer you wait the more the flavors will marry, and the smoother the alcohol will get. A… Heating the liqueur will begin to evaporate some of the alcohol, but very little is burned off by bringing it to a quick simmer. There were not a lot of pre-made cocktail cherries on the market that weren't Glowing Red Neon Balls of Dye and Sugar™. But my reading led me to believe that the syrup surrounding the cherry made more difference to the drink than the cherry itself and that by omitting it, I was actually losing flavor. Just make sure it’s a fortified wine, so it doesn’t go bad. I make up a jar for the fridge and can the rest - a great mixed "fruit cocktail syrup to use too! Why does your recipe work without that step? Luxardo Original Maraschino Cherries - Are they worth the extra expense? I hope that helps! (Actually, cherry season is close to an end, now, but when I started these cherries in their boozy bath a few weeks ago, it was in full swing. So when I saw your idea for “do-it-yourself” Maraschino Cherries, I decided to give it a go. I never really thought about how M cherries came about. What I wanted to know then was how such an abomination of nature could ever become so popular. There are only two ingredients you need in order to get started. Pour the hot liqueur over the cherries in the jar, and close the lid. Stir occasionally as the sugar dissolves. Or, you could hang out here and wait for my next blog post, in which I'll be making some boozy cherry limeade using these babies. Sounds delish! And at the time, the fear was probably well founded. You are a true cherry lover, and I only respect you the more. Please visit BourbonGuyGifts.com today! Add the water, lemon juice, nutmeg, and cinnamon stick to the sugar and bring it all up to a boil, … YUM. I’d try googling “homemade luxardo cherries” to start — luxardo is a brand of (alcohol-free) maraschino cherries that’s really delicious, but expensive. Hey Kasper! In fact, I recommend using a liqueur you are familiar with and know you enjoy (if you’ve never had maraschino liqueur, you might be surprised by its potent cherry/almond flavor). :) I’ve been eating cherries at night for my nighttime snack recently: better than chocolate chips (for me). Yes, I made a gif to show you how bad-ass a cherry pitter is. It’s the old story. Doing a proper canning job (water bath or pressure) will make them last longer and ensure they’re safe to eat after an extended period of time on the shelf, instead of a refrigerator. Originally, maraschino cherries were made from marasca cherries (a variety of cherry native to Croatia). Embarrassing love. If you’re looking for an addictively sweet, more-like-candy store-bought alternative, Luxardo fits the bill. Maraschino is as a delicious a word as it is a liqueur made from sour Marasca cherries. (Actually, cherry season is close to an end, now, but when I started these cherries in their boozy bath a few weeks ago, it was in full swing. It definitely slows you down a bit if you’re doing a lot of cherries, but I like being able to leave the stems on. Even though this is an old post, I just want to say it’s perfect! The hot liqueur helps soften the cherries just slightly, and permeates them faster than cold alcohol would. Have you ever made cocktail cherries? ... Get the recipe from Tastes of Lizzy T's. Proudly spouting nonsense, with an occasional dash of knowledge, since 2012, Woodford Reserve Cherries from Bourbon Barrel Foods, ← Wilderness Trail Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon. So glad I found your page to make them again! Cherries are harvested from Luxardo's own trees and the solid components are then infused in larchwood vats for three years. Hope that helps! Their firm texture and thick rich syrup make them ideal for use as a cocktail garnish, for topping ice cream sundaes, and for use in baking. They are delicious. and that Luxardo brand is fabulous….. You can leave the stems on, as I did, or remove them. Other boozes were substituted; easier-to-find (and cheaper) cherries were swapped in. The process of eliminating the liqueur from the recipe began well before Prohibition, probably as a cost-saving measure, but once … Thanks, Erica! Brandy would work nicely, as would bourbon, or rum, or grand marnier, or amaretto, or kirsch… the list goes on. But after reading your Maraschino Massacre story (great pic, btw! I think I’d have to make an awfully big batch for them to last that long, anyway. Unfortunately, it also breaks the bank at around $15 a jar. Secretly, i love those dang things; i know that’s totally gross but i do, but it’s the love i have for things like ding-dongs and hostess pies. :). That sounds awesome! Ever since writing about store-bought maraschino cherries, I have held a promise to myself that I would make my own, homemade maraschino cherries. I’ve read a lot of recipes in preparation for my first batch of cherries, and some people will tell you the cherries will be ready to eat in 2-3 days. If you'd rather buy them, go with the Woodford ones from Bourbon Barrel Foods. If you are … (If you're using sugar, add the sugar to the pot along with the liqueur.) The Improved Whiskey Cocktail combines the classic Old Fashioned with the Sazerac, plus a dash of maraschino liqueur. I often use port wine for mine and have been known to keep them in the fridge in excess of 5 years, adding more cherries and port as needed. For my first batch, I made them a few different ways: one with just cherries and liqueur; one with cherries, liqueur, and sugar; and one with cherries, liqueur, sugar, and spices. Luxardo … Lightly sweet, citrusy and with a hint of cherry, it's a perfect cocktail for Easter, Mother's Day, a feminine bridal shower or celebration of cherry blossom season! I used maraschino liqueur in all cases, just to stay traditional in that regard, but as I said earlier, I encourage you to play around with different liqueurs and see what you like. Likely because the recipe says to keep them in the fridge and good for a few months. Everything. Classic Luxardo premium Cocktail Cherries are preserved in fermented Marasca cherry juice liqueur. Turn off the heat and allow the cherries to cool. Store in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. When I was first getting into cocktails, I read everything I could on how to "up my cocktail game." The Luxardo Maraschino follows the original recipe from 1821, and requires four years to produce. I made a lot of versions. 1 of 12. The liquor also makes a great addition to a boxed chocolate cake mix in place of part of the water, particularly when used for Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. If you pack the jar too full, and the alcohol doesn't cover them all, be sure to give the jar a flip upside down every few days to ensure the cherries get drunk evenly.). Mm, cherries…. Let’s talk about them. I recommend removing them after 5-7 days to prevent the flavor from becoming too strong.). Luxardo brand maraschino cherries. Aug 9, 2018 - Instructions. ), I think I’m done with those things and will be making my own from now on. Get Real Maraschino Cherries Recipe from Food Network You can also find 1000s of Food Network's best recipes from top chefs, shows and experts. Or atop vanilla ice cream. The fluorescent red cherries are now accepted as the definition of a maraschino cherry. ps- i have also heard about using a bit of pomegranate juice in them as well for flavor [instead of cherry juice]. Add this recipe to your 'cherry season' line-up. Love how in-depth you took this! In the past I’ve always dumped the high fructose corn syrup from the store-bought cherries and replaced the liquid with bourbon or amaretto & have jars of different ones for use with specific drinks. If you’re not canning, then feel free to fill up a few jars with the cherries and liquid. And on almost every list were cherries. Last week, I shared this photo on facebook: It was just a normal Friday afternoon, walking through Whole Foods, when... Homemade Maraschino Cherries {DIY Cocktail Cherries}. At this point you should stick to calling them “cocktail cherries” instead of “marashino cherries”, but they’ll still be super delicious. Pour the maraschino syrup over the cherries, cover tightly, and refrigerate for at least 5 days before serving. I doubled the syrup recipe Less glamorous, for sure, but no less wonderful. Did I mention cherry season is almost over? this is perfect, mostly because i haven’t been able to truly look a store-bought maraschino cherry in the face since you did that post last year. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. If you prefer to make your cherries without heating the liqueur, I’m sure it will still work, it just may take longer for them to develop flavor and mellow out how you’d like. I have made them and have a batch going right now even! Which it has. Cover and cook for 5 minutes. A cherry pitter is your best friend here, A., because it means you won’t have pits in your cherries (duh), and B., because the liqueur will infuse the cherries much faster if they’re hollow. One thing you are definitely going to need for this is a cherry pitter. I did find a great cherry pitter that pits much faster than the single one you use…except for these! However, this, too, is not set in stone. 4 Place cherries in a 1-quart container with a tightfitting lid and tuck the vanilla bean pod in the center. By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. I’m sure there are some great homemade options out there! If you want something to be done well, do it yourself !!! (Stir in the tart cherry juice concentrate, if using). © 2020 Will Cook For Friends. If you are making cupcakes, you should be able to frost 24 … Ewww, gross! Diane Homemade Maraschino Cherries syrup ~ makes enough for one pint jar depending on the size of your cherries, you may have syrup leftover. Grab your cherries quick, before their gone!). Absolutely, these can be made with just about any kind of liqueur you like. Our recipe should make enough Maraschino Cherry Buttercream Frosting to cover a 9″ x 13″ sheet cake or a two-layer 8″ cake. They are certainly a step up from Glowing Red Neon Balls of Dye and Sugar™ but they are the possibly the worst of the cocktail cherries I've tried if you are a grown-up and want to actually eat the cherry in your drink. Whisk yogurt, sour cream, powdered sugar, and salt in a large bowl until smooth; fold in meringue … Now, if only I could get my hands on some marasca cherry juice, I’d be all set. I tasted mine two days in, then five days, then seven days… and found that the harshness from the liqueur didn’t start to mellow until closer to two weeks. It isn’t a necessary addition, by any means, but definitely one I will stick with in the future. Unfortunately, Luxardo Maraschino Cherries run almost twenty dollars a jar so, for the longest time, I just omitted the cherry garnish. They look great. All Rights Reserved. Just sayin'. And also expensive. Established in 1821 by Girolamo Luxardo and still entirely controlled by the same founding family, Luxardo exports its specialties in over 86 different countries around the world. (I live in New Zealand.) This time around I thought I might finally give the original a try. ;). They are still a far cry from the true, original, booze-drenched cherries they started as, packed instead in a thick syrup of marasca cherry juice and sugar, but they are also a whole lot better than the soulless red orbs floating in corn syrup and food coloring most of us grew up with. I went with sweet cherries, just because they’re a favorite of mine for snacking on. So go ahead—satisfy you inner child with these maraschino cherry treats. Click here to read our privacy policy *. BourbonGuy.com accepts no advertising. Then they’re sealed, and left to sit in the fridge for at least two weeks before being dunked into your next cocktail. If you want the stem you have to do it your way, my pitter is best if used for jars of cherries without stems. Thanks! The Pink Cherry Blossom Maraschino Liqueur Cocktail This pretty cherry blossom cocktail is made with Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur and Gin Lane Victoria Pink Gin 1751. Unless that’s your goal. Nowadays, I stand in my kitchen, spitting pits directly into the trash bin. Never miss another article! (Made from the original Marasca Cherries.). In the Luxardo cherries, it adds a noticeable pop of cherry flavor. I’m off to buy yet another bag (hopefully, I can refrain from eating the entire bag) of cherries so I can make my own. I’ve seen those pitters, the ones that do a bunch at a time? Place the cherries in a thoroughly cleaned, tightly lidded jar. Of those that were suitable for grown-up cocktails, Luxardo was the brand that was recommended the most. I listed a few in the recipe that I thought would be good (brandy, bourbon, dark rum, amaretto, grand marnier etc.) i’m not sure what you’re doing to the soil up there, but they are particularly gorgeous this year, so thank you for that, Michigan! But my reading led me to believe that the syrup surrounding the cherry made more difference to the drink than the cherry itself and that by omitting it, I was actually losing flavor. Thoughts: The syrup these cherries are packed in is pretty damn good for adding a delightful cherry note to your cocktails. Just put up 4 pints of tart cherries – 2 with 1 cup Luxardo to 1 cup sugar (plus cherry concentrate and some orange zest), 1 with straight Luxardo, and 1 with straight Johnnie Walker Red. How this stuck around after prohibition ended, I will never understand. List makers of the late aughts and early teens were terrified that someone might use a grocery store Maraschino Cherry in their cocktail. Unfortunately, Luxardo Maraschino Cherries run almost twenty dollars a jar so, for the longest time, I just omitted the cherry garnish. They have been dealing with marasca cherries for a long time. (And, if you’ve never made them before, then you should really get on that. Well, Luxardo didn’t just show up. Learn how your comment data is processed. Add the Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur and cherries. Bring to a simmer over low-medium heat, stirring until the sugar is dissolved. Beginning in the late 1800s and continuing up until Prohibition, bar owners and commercial producers began to tinker with the basic recipe of cherries in maraschino. I did slightly modify your recipe however, as I use bottled pitted cherries (from Hungary), and also I use the original Maraska Maraschino Cherry Liqueur from Zadar, Croatia. Luxardo Maraschino. Those luxardo brand cherries are fabulous, aren’t they? It also dissolves the sugar if you choose to use any. 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