A liqueur distilled from fermented cherry juice, and flavored with the pit of a variety of cherry which grows in Dalmatia.
extremly sweet cherries in red and even in green (!!!) colour and at the same time some sort of liqueur (the cherries are said to cause cancer when consumed in large amounts)
A sweet cherry from northern Italy used both as a cocktail cherry and as the basis for several liqueurs and brandies.
distilled from fermented juice of bitter wild marasca cherries
cherry preserved in true or imitation maraschino liqueur
An Italian cordial, used in drinks and as a dessert topping, that started life as a cherry and has undergone heavy processing. The Pamela Anderson of cherries.
A type of sweetened cherry or an Italian cherry cordial.
A very sweet white cherry liqueur made from the marasca cherry of dalmatia, Yugoslavia. This liqueur is sometimes used in sours in place of sugar.
An Italian cherry cordial. Also cherries.
A clear, bitter liqueur made from cherries and their pits.
(alc. 30-35%) Clear, moderately sweet liqueur with the pronounced flavour of maraschino cherries. Originally from Italy.
A liqueur made from cherries. These cherries come from Dalmatia, Yugoslovia.
a sweet liqueur made from cherries. Also, red cherries in maraschino syrup, which are used in mixed drinks and with desserts, such as fruit salad and as a garnish on drinks.
A liqueur made from Marasca cherries.
Maraschino (pronounced as in Italian: mare-uh-SKEE-no, IPA: ) is a bittersweet, clear liqueur flavored with Marasca cherries, which are grown in Torreglia (near Padua in Northern Italy), Zadar (Dalmatia) and Slovenia. It is one of the very few liqueurs in the world produced by distillation.