Talk:Marasca cherry

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Marascan Cherries in Existence?[edit]

In possession of a bottle of Amarena (sour cherry syrup) manufactured by Maraska. The place of origin is Zadar, Yugoslavia- obviously before the breakup in 1991. The ingredients are just sugar, cherry juice and citric acid. No Marascan cherries.

A search today verified the unavailability of the plant, there appear to be no images available of any trees in existence, and information on products like Luxardo reveals ingredients which include cherries in Marasca Cherry Juice. We would be more convinced if they at least sported a picture of an actual tree from whence this syrup comes.--Lmstearn (talk) 06:21, 2 August 2016 (UTC)