"The Bunny Hug #2 | Crafted Pour"

"Over the past 12 months, I have been a part of The Crafted Pour's Tastemaker Program, and as part of that program I received a fantastic jar of maraschino cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These are by far the best cocktail cherries I have ever tasted, and this was my first chance to try them. They are candied in fruit juice syrup from Marasca cherry juice, and have a wonderful texture and slight sweetness, a perfect garnish for many a classic cocktail! Thank you for the chance to try these cherries out! Today's cocktail has dubious origins, and this recipe came from a suspiciously homemade list. It was named after a popular dance style of the time, which was apparently quite brazen. Essentially an applejack cocktail, this plays very well with my homemade syrup and my Bogart's Bitters from The Bitter Truth. This once forgotten, but faithfully recreated bitters is a touch sweeter than Angostura but is very much at home here. This truly was a remarkable cocktail! Cheers!", "undefined", "The Bunny Hug #2",

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The Bunny Hug #2 By , May 8, 2009 Over the past 12 months, I have been a part of The Crafted Pour's Tastemaker Program, and as part of that program I received a fantastic jar of maraschino cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These are by far the best cocktail cherries I have ever tasted, and this was my first chance to try them. They are candied in fruit juice syrup from Marasca cherry juice, and have a wonderful texture and slight sweetness, a perfect garnish for many a classic cocktail! Thank you for the chance to try these cherries out!

Today's cocktail has dubious origins, and this recipe came from a suspiciously homemade list. It was named after a popular dance style of the time, which was apparently quite brazen. Essentially an applejack cocktail, this plays very well with my homemade syrup and my Bogart's Bitters from The Bitter Truth. This once forgotten, but faithfully recreated bitters is a touch sweeter than Angostura but is very much at home here. This truly was a remarkable cocktail! Cheers! Over the past 12 months, I have been a part of The Crafted Pour's Tastemaker Program, and as part of that program I received a fantastic jar of maraschino cocktail cherries from Maraska and Worldwide Libations! These are by far the best cocktail cherries I have ever tasted, and this was my first chance to try them. They are candied in fruit juice syrup from Marasca cherry juice, and have a wonderful texture and slight sweetness, a perfect garnish for many a classic cocktail! Thank you for the chance to try these cherries out! Today's cocktail has dubious origins, and this recipe came from a suspiciously homemade list. It was named after a popular dance style of the time, which was apparently quite brazen. Essentially an applejack cocktail, this plays very well with my homemade syrup and my Bogart's Bitters from The Bitter Truth. This once forgotten, but faithfully recreated bitters is a touch sweeter than Angostura but is very much at home here. This truly was a remarkable cocktail! Cheers! Ingredients: - Simple Syrup - The Bitter Truth Bogart's Bitters Instructions: Shake in an iced cocktail shaker, strain, and serve in a small cocktail glass. Garnish with cherry and lemon twist. Spirit Forward,1920s