Luxardo Maraschino Cherries

Luxardo Maraschino Cherries

Prices from: $14.99 - $107.74
RegionItaly
Shop Local Stores on Drizly
  • Thousands of Retailers

    Thousands of Retailers

    Shop from retailers in your area and find popular, rare and local items.

  • Price Transparency

    Price Transparency

    Discover exactly where to get the best prices near you.

  • Delivery & Free Pickup

    Delivery & Free Pickup

    Get it delivered to your door, or grab and go in store using free pickup.

Product Description

These little gourmet cherries will make a big difference in every cocktail they touch. Each jar contains ridiculously delicious, all-natural whole pitted cherries, candied with Marasca syrup. Luxardo is a premium name in mixology, known for their excellence in creating infused liqueurs. They've perfected the cocktail cherry, transforming it from a garnish to an essential ingredient. It's amazing how one little piece of fruit can kick ordinary drinks into overdrive. An exclusive Italian import, they've been used by top pastry chefs around the globe for years. If you really care about your cocktails, you've gotta try these incredible cherries.

View all products by Luxardo

About The Brand

LUXARDO® is Italy's premier cherry producer, creating The Original Maraschino Cherries, as well as a Cherry Liqueur and the famed Maraschino Liqueur. Founded in 1821 by Girolamo Luxardo, the company is still family-owned and managed by the sixth generation of the Luxardo Family. Based in Torreglia, located in the Veneto Region in northeastern Italy, the Luxardo family cultivates around 30,000 of their exclusive Marasca Cherry trees, a proprietary varietal of sour cherries.

Try These Luxardo Recipes

The Last Word

The Last Word

  • gin

First created in the Prohibition era, the Last Word's simple recipe of equal parts Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Green Chartreuse, Junipero Gin and fresh lime juice belies the subtlety of this sweet-tart-herbal creation. Two men are credited with this cocktail's fame - its creator, vaudevillian Fred Fogarty, who allegedly first combined the four ingredients at the Detroit Athletic Club in 1921, and Seattle bartender Murray Stetson, who revived the Last Word at the Zig Zag Café in the early 2000s.

The Luxardo Cherry

Customer Reviews