Michigan's most famous fruit in a jar. Whole, pitted Michigan sour cherries, the size of marbles, are jarred right after the harvest. Their consistency is firm and juicy, not mushy or bland like many other cherry concoctions. They're preserved in a cherry syrup, which adds a sweet balance to the naturally tart fruit.
A great addition to many dishes, from breakfast to late night snacks. Mix some in your morning yogurt. Set a few next to a piece of grilled pork for dinner. Pile them on ice cream or gelato. The choice (and flavor) is yours.