Maurina Quina is a digestif amaro made near Lyon, France. Only recently reintroduced, Maurin Quina was invented in 1884 by Auguste Maurin. Maurin Quina has a base of sweet white wine and cherry brandy, with wild cherries, almonds, lemon, and cinchona bark. It is pale red in color and 32 proof.

Some popular cocktails containing Maurin Quina

  • Keeper of the Crossroads — Bourbon, Maurin Quina, Maraschino Liqueur, Peychaud's Bitters, Scotch, Cherry
  • Zwei — Genever, Maurin Quina, Salers Gentiane, Kummel, Lemon juice
  • It Only Hurts the First Time — Gran Classico, Cynar, Maurin Quina, PInk grapefruit juice
  • The Copper Kid — Averna, Gin, Maurin Quina, Bitters, Orange peel
  • Rhube Rye — Rye, Maurin Quina, Lavender bitters, Rhubarb syrup, Lavender, Maraschino cherry
  • Deviled Negroni — Gin, Campari, Sweet vermouth, Maurin Quina, Lemon peel
  • Coasta de Morte — Blended Scotch, Aromatized wine, Maurin Quina, Orange bitters
  • Haut-Medoc — Rye, Maurin Quina, Cassis, Bitters, White Crème de Cacao, Lemon juice, Lemon peel
  • Satantango — Gin, Aromatized wine, Maurin Quina, Dry vermouth, PInk grapefruit juice
  • Bend Sinister — Islay Scotch, Maurin Quina, Kirschwasser, Bitters, Absinthe, Cherry, Lemon peel