King Peter (Cocktail)

King Peter (Cocktail) created by Rita1652

Taken from Christian Borgnaes on mindspring.com. Claasified as a Danish drink, this contains cherry herring, (there are recipes on Zaar - cherry liqueur) a Danish cherry liqueur invented in the late 1700s or the early 1800s by Peter Heering. It is dark red and has a flavor of black-cherries that is not overly sweet. Posted for ZWT.

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"Taken from Christian Borgnaes on mindspring.com. Claasified as a Danish drink, this contains cherry herring, (there are recipes on Zaar - cherry liqueur) a Danish cherry liqueur invented in the late 1700s or the early 1800s by Peter Heering. It is dark red and has a flavor of black-cherries that is not overly sweet. Posted for ZWT."
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  1. Northwestgal
    The lemon juice really brought this cocktail to fruition, at least for me. I took a sip of the cherry heering before I added the other ingredients and was not too thrilled. But once the tonic and lemon juice were added, it produced a rather nice tart drink that I enjoyed. Thanks for sharing your cocktail recipe, alligirl. Made for Zaar World Tour #6.
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  2. Rita1652
    Very good! My DH made his with 7 up. I enjoyed this version better. Thanks. made for ZRT 6
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  3. Rita1652
    King Peter (Cocktail) Created by Rita1652
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  4. alligirl
    Taken from Christian Borgnaes on mindspring.com. Claasified as a Danish drink, this contains cherry herring, (there are recipes on Zaar - cherry liqueur) a Danish cherry liqueur invented in the late 1700s or the early 1800s by Peter Heering. It is dark red and has a flavor of black-cherries that is not overly sweet. Posted for ZWT.
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