These Bourbon Cocktail Cherries, by Jack Rudy, present quite simply pitted Oregon black cherries, with their stems, soaking in Bourbon.
The result is the ideal companion to any kind of drink, most notably those made with whisky.
You might find them good enough to eat straight from the jar; a gentle buzz may not be far behind.
The company was named after the two founders' great-grandfather, Jack Rudy. His story is entirely true and on the side of their bottle :“Jack Rudy was many things. He was a pilot who illegally ﬂew his plane under the Ohio River Bridge (on a dare), an inventor who created a mechanical device for pharmacists to count pills, and a craftsman who once built a houseboat out of an old city bus. After serving as an aircraft mechanic in WWII, he spent his working life as an engineer. He read Popular Mechanics and National Geographic cover to cover - a curious type who made his own bullets, and shot them into a dirt wall he constructed in his basement. In addition to being a ‘marvelous’ dancer, he LOVED to entertain and was known to overindulge in drink, smoke, and his wife’s gourmet cooking."
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