This recipe for cherry liquor from Canton Ginger Liqueur was inspired by a trip I made in France.
I have been a fan of Canton ginger liquor for a long time, and have always been a huge fan of its flavor and aroma.
Canton has a long history of producing high quality liqueurs in their hometown of Cantons Flanders region, which has been home to the family-owned brand for over a century.
The original recipe for Canton liqueure, which dates back to the 1800s, uses ginger and other citrus fruits in place of other ingredients.
The recipe is also one of Cantonese cuisine’s most popular.
When I went to Canton in late 2016, I was blown away by its quality.
Cantons ginger liquors has a unique taste that combines fresh cherries, grapefruit and grapefruit juice.
This liqueour is perfect for summer nights when a bottle of Cantonal Ginger Liquor is a must-have.
The recipe is easy to make and uses a simple syrup that includes lemon juice, orange juice, lemon zest and honey.
It can be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
To serve the cherries and grapefruits, pour the syrup into a small casserole dish and add your favorite garnishes.
For a more traditional, summer-themed version, add a dollop of ice cream.
For an even more traditional garnish, drizzle a little lemon zing over the top.