3 comments on “Blood and Sand

  1. Well, it’s several things.

    First, it’s a typo. I misspelled it. It should be Cherry Heering (not Herring, which would be a small oily fish).

    Second, it’s a Danish cherry liqueur that is dark red and fairly sweet. It’s name comes from the inventor Peter Heering. Most places put it in the brandy category, which I don’t really understand as it’s nothing like cherry brandy or kirschwasser (which is clear, not sweet and only vaguely cherry flavored). For this reason, I really don’t think kirsch would work for this drink.

  2. Pingback: Blood and Sand, a follow up « Cocktails with M

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