Ginja9 Portuguese Liqueur
Ginja9, named Liqueur of the Year 2020 at the Bartender Spirits Awards. Ginja (Portuguese for sour cherry) is a popular liqueur in Portugal with a long history.
This tradition dates back to the Portuguese monks of the 17th century who infused sour cherries, also known as morello cherries, in alcohol. Monks started this process due to the healthy properties of sour cherries—they help with the digestive process and blood circulation. Of course for the booze as well 😋
Ginja9 features a 12 month infusion of sour cherries from the Óbidos region in Portugal, with no added colors, preservatives or sulfates.
The result is a dark raspberry colored liqueur with the aromas of fresh cherries. A striking balance between sweet and tart, it is the flavor of ripe cherries in liquid form.
You can simply enjoy it straight, chilled, or on the rocks. It's perfect to enhance your favorite cocktails (mojitos, cherry mimosas, margaritas, and more). Mixologists love it for their craft cocktails🍹
Enjoy a delectable pairing when you pour Ginja9 into the edible dark Belgian chocolate cups sold separately.