I confirm that I:
Soak the cherries in rye whisky for a couple of weeks in a sealed mason jar, shaking occasionally. Strain out whisky and use in cocktail. Use cherries as garnish (on a cocktail or desert). Add rye whisky, vermouth, grand marnier and bitters to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake gently and strain neat into a glass.
Add all the ingredients to your Tesco, Ocado etc. baskets.
Here is a beautiful cocktail with a great setting by @thehungrybotanist. It's a Wild Cherry Manhattan. She thinks it's a great way to say hello to Autumn - they've infused some rye whiskey with wild cherries (over a couple of weeks) and then mixed with vermouth, grand marnier, and a dash of bitters. It's a wonderful warm and fruity cocktail, that celebrates some of the fruits and flavours of Autumn.
by CRAFTR team
A twist on a classic Tom Collins
One of the oldest cocktails and the classic American apéritif
Classic cocktail inspired by The Big Easy
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