Orasella Maraschino Cherries
Made from little more than cherries and maraschino liqueur, the traditional maraschino (mar-a-SKEE-no) cherry was pure, had depth of flavor, and sat elegantly in the glass. However, within a few decades of its arrival in the US, Americans divorced themselves from traditional preserving methods and gave birth to the American maraschino (mar-a- SHEE-no) cherry, a bright red, cloyingly sweet garnish.
Orasella cherries are made in Washington – the nation’s top sweet cherry producer – using local cherries that are harvested, prepared, and preserved by hand. Other ingredients are carefully selected and balanced to produce a sophisticated garnish worthy of its heritage.