João Lourenço Cima died in 1925 but left behind one of the most charismatic establishments in Lisbon, now in the hands of his offspring’s fourth generation. He used to work at “A Ginjinha” (the typical drink from Lisbon, a bitter cherry liquor), founded in 1840 in Largo de São Domingos, taking orders from Galician entrepreneur Francisco Espinheira. And things seemed to run smoothly until, reportedly, the boss insisted the employee would marry his only daughter. João Lourenço decided to part ways and open a similar venue, a few doors away, at the number seven of Rua das Portas de Santo Antão. He decided to diversify in liquors, created his own recipe and called it, to put an end to all disputes, "Ginjinha sem Rival" (unrivaled bitter cherry liquor).
Liquor with bitter cherry fruit.
Ingredients: Water, ethanol (agricultural origin), sugar, cherry fruit, caramel coloring E-150. Contains stone fruit. Natural product subject to deposit.
Nutritional statement: Not available from the manufacturer.
Alcohol content: 25,5% Vol.
Allergens: Contains sulfites
Conservation/utilization/how to use: Keep in a cool and dry place
Liquid Quantity: 1000 ml
Measurements: 10,50 x 26,5 cm
Supplier: J.M.L. Cima (Herdeiros), Lda. Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, 7 - Lisboa
Origin or provenance: PortugalAviso sobre as nossas informações de produto