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Luxardo Maraschino Cherries in Syrup 400g

$20.95
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400gm Glass Jar -  50/50 Cherries to Syrup.

The Luxardo Original Maraschino Cherries were first produced at the Luxardo plant in Zara around 1905, likely to be the first of their kind in the world.

They are sour Marasca cherries candied with syrup. The Luxardo family exclusively cultivates over 30,000 Marasca Cherry trees on the Euganean Hills in the Veneto region of Italy. These cherries are also used by the family for distilling its renowned Maraschino Liqueur and for infusing the Sangue Morlacco Cherry Liqueur.

Used by the finest mixologists the world over as the perfect coctail cherry garnish.

(Please note: These cherries do not have stems)

 

Luxardo Maraschino Cherries in Syrup 400g Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Best cocktail garnish

Posted by megansimone@alumni.unimelb.edu.au on 6th Aug 2017

At least they are the best garnish for my favorite cocktails--the Martinez and the Old Fashioned. Luxardo maraschino cherries have a wonderful taste that is sour-sweet and rich. If you ever have cocktails with a cherry garnish, you need Luxardo cherries. Don't worry about the cost, good gin isn't cheap either.

Perfection

Posted by Viviana on 2nd Jun 2017

Nothing better than the originals to finish your little masterpiece or to just indulge.
They are everything they promise to deliver.

Yummy.

Posted by Michael on 9th Oct 2016

What's better than a Manhattan?

A Manhattan with a Luxardo cherry in it!

The Best Cherries. Ever.

Posted by Unknown on 29th Sep 2016

I have been buying different brands, and also making my own for some time.
These cherries are dense, and rich, and the flavour they carry is much better than the others.
Not cheap, but definitely worth it

NO STEMS on cherries

Posted by Unknown on 9th Mar 2016

The cherries themselves are nice BUT I bought them thinking that "traditional bar cherries' meant they had long stems. I was very disappointed to discover NO stems at all - not even short stems. Useless for my purpose, which was to use them as 'delivery tool' for layers in a Rainbow Cocktail.