Made using sour Balaton cherries sourced from Michigan, they macerate the cherries in their delicious Amaro. Since prohibition, most cocktail cherries have been produced using a process called sugar impregnation rather than soaking cherries in spirit. St. Agrestis has implemented the traditional process of macerating the cherries to impart the herbal, bittersweet and savory amaro flavors onto the naturally tart cherries. After twelve weeks soaked in Amaro, the cherries reach their ideal flavor. With a satisfying texture and a complex rich, yet not overly sweet, sour, spiced syrup. St. Agrestis Amaro Soaked Cherries are a perfect match for a wide variety of drinks – from Manhattans to Whiskey Sours, or simply mixed with soda and bitters.