Ginja Espinheira with fruit Licour
"Ginginha", or sometimes called "Ginja" is a traditional Portuguese Liquor that you can drink in Lisbon. Made from alcohol and a fruit very similar to cherry, both likeness and taste. This liquor is a mixture of sweet and bitter with a twist of cinnamon. By the amount of sugar beware that it is very, very sticky. Usually served in small glasses, called shot, they should be drink in one time. Besides you can have the option to taste it with or without the Ginja in your cup. Ginginha Espinheira, was founded in 1840 by the Spanish, Francisco Espinheira, in the, Largo de São Domingos, in Lisbon.
Created many centuries ago in Portugal with rooths in the monastic tradition. Very popular ethnic drink. Contains Water, Sugar, Alcohol, natural sour cherry aromas, food coloring, sour cherry fruit.
Cherry aroma with intense wild cherry. Creamy in the mouth, long lasting, intense cherry. Liquor unique flavor and unmistakable.
Store and serve advices
At room temperature. Traditionally served in shot glasses.
As an appetizer or a digestive. Great combination with chocolate.
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