Lazzaroni Maraschino


The production of “maraschino liqueur” began in Zara during the Middle Ages. The oldest recipe dates back to the sizteenth century.

Lazzaroni Maraschino is made from the Marasca Cherries, including the pits that are crushed to give the liqueur a subtle bitter almond flavor.  The Marasca cherry is a small cherry that is dark with a bitter taste and dry pulp. The liqueur is clear and relatively dry.  Lazzaroni has been producing Maraschino since 1860.  (Alc. 24% by Vol.)

Original Use
After dinner liqueur

Current Use
Ingredient in many cocktails
Topping for fruit salad
Ingredient in cakes and baked goods

Reviews – 97 Points – International Review of Spirits – Platinum Medal – Superlative

Copper color. Attractive complex aromas of cherry bubblegum and cordial, circus peanut, floral jasmine tea, and delicate spices with a satiny, bright, moderately sweet medium-to-full body and a warming, involved, medium-length citrus cream, pepper, orange blossom honey, and pistachio brittle finish. A delicious and elegant fruit liqueur.”