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Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Bourbon Cocktail Cherries Food

(38.3cl, 0%)

Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Bourbon Cocktail Cherries

Jack Rudy Cherries Bottling Note

With all the excellent cocktail ingredients coming from the Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., it seems obvious they'd come along with a wonderful garnish too! These are made with a combination of cherries from Oregon and bourbon from Kentucky, and they make best friends with bourbon-based cocktails (like a Manhattan, of course).

Reviews for Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Bourbon Cocktail Cherries
Best cocktail cherries on the market
we use these in my cocktail bar - best quality cocktail cherry I have come across. my team just eat them straight from the jar!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Honestly won't use anything else! Always having friends and colleagues comment on how lovely and flavourful they are!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Favourite cocktail cherries by a long way - would recommend
Pennies schmennies, these are THE BEST cherries on the market by a very long way. They actually look and taste like a cherry - shock horror (Maraschino cherry ahem)! Wouldn't drop anything else into my favourite Manhattan!!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Much higher cost, smaller cherries and sweetened
The previous version with larger bottle with 6g cherries were much better and cost worthy compared to this bottle with smaller cherries (5g). The cherries in the newer iteration, are not only smaller but also seem to have been sweetened, ruining some cocktails.
AJ , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Beware the smaller size jar and therefore much higher cost
I previously bought these in March and May this year (2021) when they were £13.25 for a jar of approx. 38 cherries, each of which were approx. 6g. Wind forward four months to September 2021 and the price has risen to £14.95 per jar. What I didn't realise is that this is a smaller jar containing approx. 22 five gram cherries (rather than 38 six gram ones). Putting the individual cherry weight aside, that's still an approximate price increase of 94% in 4 months, or 68p per cherry compared to 35p... as lovely as they are, at that price they are simply not worth it in my book.
Peter R , United Kingdom
2 years ago

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