Miura Cherry Liqueur is a traditionally crafted cream based liqueur from Seville (Spain). This delicious drink, elaborated by Grupo Caballero, is made infusing the finest wild cherries in anisette following traditional recipes of old Franciscan monks from the convent of Diezmos in Cazalla de la Sierra. This process, which can be traced back to the 15th century, takes more than six months, and the length of it depends on how ripe the fruits are. The stills used in this process are centennial, which contributes to its exquisite flavor.

 

Miura Cherry Cream Liqueur

 

Besides, Miura Cherry Cream Liquor, Grupo Caballero also elaborates excellent Andalusian products such as sherry, ponche and brandy. In the year 2011, they released two new Miura flavors, blackberry and picota cherry and changed the bottle and label of the traditional Miura bottle too.

 

A shade of cherry dark red in colour, this cherry liqueur is sweet and creamy to the mouth. It is best served cold and it might go with some sort of fruit-flavored soft-drink

 

You can find Miura Cherry Liquor here

Categories: Spirits and Liqueurs

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