Maraschino Cherries


2 reviews

Cocktail cherries done the traditional way - soaked in real maraschino rather than artificial sugar syrups. Very limited in stock.

- Made by soaking cherries in our own 'Naked Maraschino'
- Not soaked in coloured sugar syrup like most commercial cocktail cherries
- The first Australian made maraschino cherries and made right here in Melbourne


250g approx net weight / 20% ABV

Cocktail enthusiasts, this is for you. We've brought back maraschino cherries that are actually soaked in alcoholic maraschino. It's a dose of tradition with a modern twist.

These sweet cherries are infused in our Maraschino liqueur, itself fermented and distilled from cherries and native quandongs. We add a lick of sugar and a dash of almond oil to the liqueur before infusing this 'pickling liquid' into the heart of every cherry. The cherries are macerated for several weeks and will continue to develop in flavour while they're in the jar.

These are stemless cherries. Each jar contains approximately 50% cherries to 50% alcoholic pickling liquid. Please be mindful that despite our best efforts there may occasionally be pits inside, so take care.

Contains precisely 0.0% artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. Vegan friendly (we don't use any animal products nor processes throughout). Gluten free.

Limited Stock

Due to the long-winded nature of the Maraschino production process, our Maraschino Cherries are made in very small batches. If enough people hear about them, there may not be any left soon!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Stephen L.
Excellent quality and taste

I highly recommend their cherries and liquors. Recommended to me by an outstanding bartender


Flavour is spot on, kept in the fridge after opening and used in cocktails, seemed to have crystallized…. Should I microwave??

Hey G.P. Glad you like them! They don't need to be refrigerated actually. If they have crystallised, try dunking the (closed) jar in some warm water for a few minutes :)