The Story of Heering
During the first part of the 19th Century there was no Gucci or Chanel or even Nike. There were just spices, furs, golds and shoes made by the corner shoemaker. Spirits were local - in the West Indies one drank rum, in London most likely gin. But this was all about to change when the British Empire discovered Heering Cherry Liqueuer.
As the British Empire grew, Heering Cherry Liqueur achieved a global following. Allegedly, nothing was more enticing after an afternoon of shooting elephants, mining diamonds or digging up treasures than a cocktail of the finest calibre. So the British and their colonial friends made sure there was plenty of Heering Cherry Liqueur in the furthest reaches of the kingdom. And the first global brand was born.
A blend of fresh cherries that are carefully pressed and mixed together with a finely blended selection of spices, then stored in oak barrels for 3-5 years. Only natural ingredients, no additives or artificial colouring. Famously mixed in a Singapore sling and a Blood & Sand, Cherry Heering: the original Cherry brandy.