One of the most popular cherry liqueur called Maraschino the world.
Its name is directly related to the kind of cherry, which is popularly called maraschino.
Cherry, which became the basis of one of the most popular liquors in the world, grows in Croatia. For many years, it is this country had a preferential right to produce Maraksino.
Now a cherry began to cultivate and in othercountries, such as Slovenia. According to their external characteristics it is different from the same cherry more tart taste and small size. It is this variety is in high demand in the alcoholic beverages market, since it is through bright saturated cherry taste can be cooked many cocktails, liqueurs and other alcoholic beverages.
It is in this wonderful grade cherries - maraschino - no bones.
These miracle berries are not only processed fordrinks, and put directly into a glass with a cocktail. With the filling of the beverage becomes tart and cherry at the end of this, you can just eat and not be afraid that the choke on a bone.
Maraschino cherry liqueur
Surprisingly, in contrast to the cherries, which went to manufacturing, liquor looks absolutely transparent. As he recalls the smell of bitter almond flavor with hints of maraschino cherries.
In the production of cherry liqueurDistillation using a method which involves evaporation of the liquid and then cooling the dispersion then passes path vapor condensation. This process provides a flavored alcoholic beverage.
For the preparation of liqueur Maraschino cherriesground to a smooth state, which is placed in a specially prepared barrels, made mainly of Finnish ash. There's two or three years, infused liquor to get their rich taste and aroma of cherry almond, after it is filtered and bottled.
This drink has many uses. It is, of course, can be used in pure form but, as it very often added to smoothies and coffee, and poured drink desserts such as ice cream or cakes.
Macerated cherries today are increasingly found not in cocktails, and pastries.
The process of preparation of maraschino cherries,eg for cocktails, occurs in stages. First cherries soaked for a month in a special chemical solution which contains caustic lime and sulfur dioxide, of course, a small percentage of. After this soaking the berries are completely white, then they are again soaked in water to rid the berries from harmful chemicals. Then with sodium bisulfite they give dense structure, and to return the berries bright red color of dyed food dyes. The final step is soaking them in a sugar syrup with the addition of almonds, which is why liquor and has a mixed odor.