Heering Cherry Liqueur or Heering 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 Cherry Liqueur is also known as Kirsebælikør/Kirsebaelikor.

Related Articles

Kirsebælikør/Kirsebaelikor ■■■■■■■■■■
Kirsebælikør/Kirsebaelikor refers to the traditional Danish cherry liqueur that is similar to original . . . Read More
Taste ■■■■■■■■
Taste, gustatory perception, or gustation is one of the five traditional senses. Taste is the sensation . . . Read More
Biarozavy Sok ■■■■■■■
Biarozavy Sok refers to a peculiar drink from Belarus which is extracted from a birch tree with a sweet . . . Read More
Ginjinha ■■■■■■
Ginjinha or simply Ginja refers to Portugal's liqueur made by fermenting Ginja berry (similar to cherry) . . . Read More
Punsch ■■■■■■
Punsch refers to a Swedish sweet, yellow alcoholic drink. Punsch also refers to Danish strong liqueur . . . Read More
Ti’ Punch ■■■■■■
Ti’ Punch refers to a traditional aperitif or a sweet drink of the French Guiana made with little lime, . . . Read More
Shochu ■■■■■■
Shochu refers to the Japanese low-class distilled spirits, made from rice, corn or wheat. It is distilled . . . Read More
Combava ■■■■■
Combava refers to a citrus fruit with a strong aroma used in Reunion Island cooking. Combava's zest and . . . Read More
Tart Cherry (Sour cherry or Pie Cherry) ■■■■■
Tart Cherry (Sour cherry or Pie Cherry) : Tart Cherry is a variety of cherry which is sometimes called . . . Read More
Wine ■■■■■
Wine is an alcoholic drink typically made from fermented grape juice. Yeast consumes the sugar in the . . . Read More