Cherry Bomb for Holiday Drinks and Appetizers #SundaySupper

I was looking at my maraschino cherries that I soak each year in Grand Marnier and then dip in chocolate and got the inspiration for this cocktail. Something red and festive, sweet but yet still refreshing and light tasting. I threw around some ideas in my head and came up with this cocktail. It is oh so good and perfect to celebrate the holidays with. I added one of my soaked Grand Marnier cherries for the garnish but you can just add a plain one, just as effective.

Cherry Bomb by Noshing With The Nolands

Cherry Bomb for Holiday Drinks and Appetizers #SundaySupper
Recipe type: Drink
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Serves: 2
A great cocktail to celebrate the holidays with!!
  • ½ oz. Grenadine
  • 1 oz. Grand Marnier
  • 1 oz. Kirsch
  • Club Soda
  • Orange Slice and Cherry to garnish
  1. Mix Grenadine, Grand Marnier and Kirsch and divide between two glasses over ice. Top with club soda, stir gently and garnish with the orange and cherry.

The Sunday Supper Team is having a Holiday Cocktails and Appetizers party and we would love to have you join us this week!  We have an amazing assortment of recipes to put together a fabulous holiday party on any budget.  We are honored to have Conni from The Foodie Army Wife hosting our Party.  We hope to see you Around the Family Table Sunday at 7pm Eastern Time.

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In honor of the Sandy Hook victims and their families, we have cancelled our regularly scheduled #SundaySupper Chat this week.

Let this be a time when we renew our faith in the power of love and realize the importance of time with our families.

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72 thoughts on “Cherry Bomb for Holiday Drinks and Appetizers #SundaySupper

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  15. How cool! This drink *looks* like the “Kiddie Cocktails” I would get when we went to the Friday Fish Fry at Benedetti’s Supper Club when I was a kid, with the cherry and orange slice done that way – but this is definitely not a kiddie drink! It looks scrumptious!

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  20. I am totally loving all the drinks & cocktails for this week’s Sunday Supper and yours, Tara, looks fabulous! I can almost taste it reading your description: “sweet but yet still refreshing and light tasting.” I could really use one of these on this dreary Monday morning. Happy holidays!

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