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Cherry Bounce

July 27, 2010

A friend brought me a couple quarts of fresh sour cherries from Michigan. She even pitted them for me! My first thought was pie, until I came across this recipe (courtesy of the Beekmans) for a Cherry Bounce, a yummy sounding libation that dates back to the 18th century. A long-time fan of the Manhattan (bourbon, straight up please), I already knew that cherries plus bourbon equals luscious. Alas, there is a downside – “Do not open until Christmas.”

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