"Eagle's Dream | Crafted Pour"

"The Crafted Pour reached out to me over a year ago to invite me to join their Tastemaker Program, and as such, I have been able to sample many different products, including these amazing cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These cherries are stored in a syrup made of their own juice, and they are probably the best cocktail cherries I've had! They have the right amount of chew, and the syrup is nice and thick. Pick these up if you get a chance to try them! Thank you for the opportunity to try these cherries! Tonight's cocktail features the criminally underrated and hard-to-find Violette liqueur. I don't really have access to Creme Yvette, so I used Combier Liqueur de Violette. I especially like the light flavor that pairs incredibly well with the gin! As a bit of a sour, this drink tastes like Smarties candy, and I am all for it! This was quite a tasty drink for a Saturday evening. Cheers!", "undefined", "Eagle's Dream",

"Ingredients"

Eagle's Dream By , May 8, 2009 The Crafted Pour reached out to me over a year ago to invite me to join their Tastemaker Program, and as such, I have been able to sample many different products, including these amazing cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These cherries are stored in a syrup made of their own juice, and they are probably the best cocktail cherries I've had! They have the right amount of chew, and the syrup is nice and thick. Pick these up if you get a chance to try them! Thank you for the opportunity to try these cherries!

Tonight's cocktail features the criminally underrated and hard-to-find Violette liqueur. I don't really have access to Creme Yvette, so I used Combier Liqueur de Violette. I especially like the light flavor that pairs incredibly well with the gin! As a bit of a sour, this drink tastes like Smarties candy, and I am all for it! This was quite a tasty drink for a Saturday evening. Cheers! The Crafted Pour reached out to me over a year ago to invite me to join their Tastemaker Program, and as such, I have been able to sample many different products, including these amazing cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These cherries are stored in a syrup made of their own juice, and they are probably the best cocktail cherries I've had! They have the right amount of chew, and the syrup is nice and thick. Pick these up if you get a chance to try them! Thank you for the opportunity to try these cherries! Tonight's cocktail features the criminally underrated and hard-to-find Violette liqueur. I don't really have access to Creme Yvette, so I used Combier Liqueur de Violette. I especially like the light flavor that pairs incredibly well with the gin! As a bit of a sour, this drink tastes like Smarties candy, and I am all for it! This was quite a tasty drink for a Saturday evening. Cheers! Ingredients: - Egg White - Empress 1908 Gin Instructions: Dry shake in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake again. Strain and serve in a cocktail glass with a brandied cocktail cherry. -From "Barflies & Cocktails" (1927) Floral,1920s,Prohibition-era