Recently, I made homemade cherry bounce as one of my edible gifts this year. The liqueur is lovely as an after-dinner cordial, but I also couldn't wait to experiment with other uses for it. PartySugar discovered that cherry bounce tastes great simply mixed with some tonic water or seltzer; it takes on a refreshing, spiked cherry cola quality. But beyond adding sweetness to simple spritzers, cherry cordial also adds a soft, fruity twist to the most classic of cocktails, the old-fashioned. Make the most of cherry bounce when you read more.
1/4 cup cherry bounce
Dash Angostura bitters
2 ounces bourbon
Orange wedge or cherry, for garnish
- Combine first three ingredients together in a rocks glass over ice cubes. Top with a wedge of orange or a cherry for garnish.
- Drinks, Cocktails
- North American