Cherry Bombs

i thought i’d do a different spin on this weeks food porn post and give you guys a recipe Paw-Paw (RIP) passed on to me a while back. it’s VERY easy to make and will get you HAMMERED. you will need:

– 1 16oz mason jar.

– 2 1/2 cups stemmed cherries (whole).

– 1/4 cup sugar (1/2 cup for a quart mason jar).

– 1 bottle of everclear or generic grain alcohol.

add fruit to jar, leave about 1/4 empty. add sugar, pour in alcohol with about 1″ of the bottle empty. the berries will expand and absorb the hooch. cover and date the lid. it must sit for 6 months. around once a week, open the jar and “burp” it to let the gasses out, if you don’t i will eventually break the glass. also, gently agitate until the sugar is completely dissolved.

now, this shit is STRONG. i had a girl get lit off 3 cherries. srs-lee. the beauty is that you can use any type of small berry you like. i currently have: cherry, cranberry, blackberry, mango, and granny smith apple (i used the precut supermarket mango and apple).

cranberry, mango, blackberry, and cherry.

cranberry, mango, blackberry, and cherry.


9 Comments on “Cherry Bombs”

  1. darlingdoll says:

    this sound dangerous, I mean delicious

  2. Rojo says:

    Where do you store these? I assume temperature / UV exposure could effect the fermentation/ absorption process.

    • dannyfrom504 says:

      in my kitchen pantry. i’m not sure about the light/temp, but i’d assume it could affect it.

    • Andrew says:

      Always somewhere cool and dark.

      I’ve been meaning to try this:

      It’s simple too
      1. Make dat shit
      2. Put it in a closet
      3. ??????
      4. HOOCH!

    • andrew says:

      Always somewhere cool and dark.

      I’ve been meaning to make this actually:

      It’s a simple 4 step process.

      1. Make dat shit.
      2. Put it in a closet.
      3. ?????
      4. HOOCH!

  3. Richard Cranium says:

    Got introduced to them and Fireball whiskey in Dubois, Wyoming. They don’t tell you it hits you faster around 7000 feet!

  4. blogRot says:

    It has been my experience that every Southern recipe with ‘mason jar’ as an ingredient is just plain AWESOME.


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