February 20, 2019

Six Lugs Cocktail Cherries

Tastemaker
By Lynda Wheatley | Nov. 24, 2018

Gone are the days of plunking those suspiciously neon-red maraschino cherries into your Manhattans, friends. While we all have fond memories of topping our Shirley Temples with those bright red cherries, the time has come to elevate your craft cocktail with something a little more sophisticated. Presenting Six Lugs’ decadent Cocktail Cherries. Deep burgundy in color, with a deliciously complex, sweetand nutty flavor, these all-natural cocktail cherries are crafted in small batches using northern Michigan cherries and tall natural ingredients (read: no FD&C Red No. 4). Don’t drink? Top a few on your kid’s ice cream sundae or slices of sharp white cheese. Retails $14.99+, www.sixlugs.com

 

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