Examples from the Web for maraschino
It turned out the bees had discovered a maraschino cherry factory in Red Hook and started bringing the syrup back to the hive.
Strain over crushed ice and garnish with a lime wedge and maraschino cherry.
Prepare according to directions given for Apricot Salad, and stuff the halves with maraschino cherries and chopped nuts.The Myrtle Reed Cook Book|Myrtle Reed
One dozen maraschino cherries, well-drained and chopped fine.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson
My uncle was telling me that he saw Sheridan drink five bottles at Brookes's, besides a bottle of Maraschino.The History of Pendennis|William Makepeace Thackeray
If these cherries are packed in maraschino liqueur there would be no objection to the phrase 'Cherries in Maraschino.'The Cherries of New York|U. P. Hedrick
In all cases serve them on a compote dish, and throw over them syrup flavored with maraschino.Choice Cookery|Catherine Owen
British Dictionary definitions for maraschino
Word Origin for maraschino
Word Origin and History for maraschino
1791, "cherry liqueur," from Italian maraschino "strong, sweet liqueur made from juice of the marasca" (a bitter black cherry), a shortening of amarasca, from amaro "bitter," from Latin amarus "sour," from PIE root *om- "raw, bitter." Maraschino cherry, one preserved in real or imitation maraschino, first recorded 1820.