Stonewall Kitchen Tillen Farms Merry Maraschino Cherries

Finally, a maraschino cherry that tastes as delicious as it looks.

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Quantity: 6

Grown in the rich soils of the Pacific Northwest, our cherries are crafted from and preserved with only natural ingredients—no corn syrup or red dyes here! They make for a sweet, juicy treat you can feel good about using to top off ice cream sundaes, fruit salads, decadent desserts and more.


Tillen Farms sets the bar high for how cocktails should taste. From crisp pickled veggies to American-grown cherries to sassy syrups, these garnishes and add-ins celebrate produce that’s picked at the peak of ripeness for year-round enjoyment. Perfect for mixing and mingling with your favorite drinks and dishes, these exceptionally delicious products are the start to all sorts of spirited fun!

  • Free from artificial preservatives, dyes and corn syrup
  • Contains none of the eight most common allergens
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    Grown in the rich soils of the Pacific Northwest, our cherries are crafted from and preserved with only natural ingredients—no corn syrup or red dyes here! They make for a sweet, juicy treat you can feel good about using to top off ice cream sundaes, fruit salads, decadent desserts and more.
    Tillen Farms sets the bar high for how cocktails should taste. From crisp pickled veggies to American-grown cherries to sassy syrups, these garnishes and add-ins celebrate produce that’s picked at the peak of ripeness for year-round enjoyment. Perfect for mixing and mingling with your favorite drinks and dishes, these exceptionally delicious products are the start to all sorts of spirited fun!

    Free from artificial preservatives, dyes and corn syrup
    Contains none of the eight most common allergens
    Also try our Fire & Spiced Maraschino Cherries!

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