Heering Cherry Liqueur refers to the traditional Danish cherry liqueur that is similar to original German brandy, known as Kirsch. Heering Cherry Liqueur has a characteristic deep fruity aroma and a strong flavor of cherries. It is usually made from the sour morello cherry which gives the liqueur a specific bitter aftertaste. Usually served in a small glass as an apéritif, it can also be mixed with coffee and other alcoholic drinks. It is often used to make traditional Danish desserts such as Risalamande - a rice pudding with cherries. It can also be found in various chocolate products. Heering is also known as Kirsebælikør/Kirsebaelikor .
Kipper ". "Hareng Saur" implies that herrings are salted and stocked in barrels for more or less time. In the Northwestern regions of France, smoked herring is cooked in varieties of ways. One of the most common varieties is to simply bake herring fillets with a creamy sauce together with bay leaves and coriander , to make its taste tangier. Smoked herring may also be just accompanied with steamed potatoes and French vinaigrette . However and whatever style or manner it is cooked, Hareng Saur has been part of the French gastronomy for many years now and still remains to be a part of Normandy family meals. Kipper refers to salted, smoked herring. The "Kipper" is split lengthways before being smoked, so that its taste would be even stronger.
vegetables are frequently mashed all together; the Belgian version may c ontain oxtail, pig's ears and feet, the Scots version often has added barley, and sometimes rabbit. In other parts of France it may contain chicken and beef.