Made using sour cherries sourced from Michigan, St. Agrestis macerates the cherries in their beloved Amaro at their Greenpoint, Brooklyn distillery. Unlike other cocktail cherries that are produced using a process called �sugar impregnation�, this traditional pre-
prohibition process of macerating the cherries imparts the herbal, bittersweet and subtly savory amaro flavors onto the naturally tart cherries. After twelve weeks soaked in Amaro, the cherries reach their ideal flavor. The St. Agrestis Amaro Soaked Cherries have a satisfyingly fresh texture and a complex sour, spiced syrup that make the product a perfect match for a wide variety of drinks - from Manhattans to Whiskey Sours, simply mixed with soda or in desserts like cherries jubilee.