Bottled and ready to serve    Easy Homemade Cherry Brandy (Visinata)   Vişinată is a Romanian homemade alcoholic beverage made from sour c...

Bottled and ready to serve Easy Homemade Cherry Brandy (Visinata) Vişinată is a Romanian homemade alcoholic beverage made from sour c.

This method works for just about any fruit, herb or vegetable, but cherry bounce has the benefit of historical significance, as it was one of George Washington’s favorite tipples.

Cherry Bounce

There was an upside to those harsh days of February and March. Fruit trees respond to a cold winter and a long, slow spring with enthusiastic blossoming and fruiting

Door County Cherry Bounce - make at cherry harvest time, store in cool dark place, ready by Thanksgiving!

Door County Cherry Bounce - make at cherry harvest time, store in cool dark place, ready by Thanksgiving!

Cherry Bounce from Outlander Kitchen ~ Diana Gabaldon, A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Chapter 6, Ambush)

Cherry Bounce from Outlander Kitchen ~ Diana Gabaldon, A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Chapter Ambush) ~ Started my batch on and I used Jim Beam Rye Whiskey.

Cherry Bounce... You Can Also Use Vodka Or Any Alcohol.  I have a recipe from a friend and make many large batches a year in the spring.  I let it go until Christmas and then we all have fun!

Cherry Bounce

Cherry bounce - an old fashioned bourbon drink. Just looks pretty and sounds like an interesting combination!

Cherry Bounce  1 ½ quarts (6 cups) whole cherries (sour cherries work best, but any mix of fresh cherries will work)  1 quart rye whiskey  2 cups cane sugar (if using non-sour cherries, reduce to 1 cup of sugar and add 2 ounces of fresh lemon juice)

Cherry Bounce 1 ½ quarts cups) whole cherries (sour cherries work best, but any mix of fresh cherries will work) 1 quart rye whiskey 2 cups cane sugar (if using non-sour cherries, reduce to 1 cup of sugar and add 2 ounces of fresh lemon juice)

This method works for just about any fruit, herb or vegetable, but cherry bounce has the benefit of historical significance, as it was one of George Washington’s favorite tipples.

Cherry Bounce

This method works for just about any fruit, herb or vegetable, but cherry bounce has the benefit of historical significance, as it was one of George Washington’s favorite tipples.

Among the few recipes known to have been used by the Washington family is this one for cherry bounce, a brandy-based drink popular in the eighteenth century. It seems to have been such a favorite of General Washington's that he packed a "Canteen" of it, along with Madeira and port, for a trip west across the Allegheny Mountains in September 1784.         This fruity, spiced cordial requires a bit of work and time, but the result is well worth the effort. After pitting, halving, and mashing…

To Make an Excellent Cherry Bounce

When I used to work at Virginia's Explore Park, I did quite a bit of fireplace cooking using period recipes and heirloom vegetables.  Over ...

When I used to work at Virginia's Explore Park, I did quite a bit of fireplace cooking using period recipes and heirloom vegetables.

Greg made this with Blueberries, it was amaze balls! Cherry Bounce Recipe

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Drink Week, Day Two: Cherry Bounce and Other Boozy Infusions - Food in Jars

Drink Week, Day Two: Cherry Bounce and Other Boozy Infusions

Drink Week, Day Two: Cherry Bounce and Other Boozy Infusions - Food in Jars

recipe for cherry bounce.  six cups sour cherries to a quart of brandy, rum, whisky or vodka. ...

recipe for cherry bounce. six cups sour cherries to a quart of brandy, rum, whisky or vodka.

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