MARIQUINHAS WITHOUT SOUR CHERRIES

In the 1940s, Abílio Ferreira de Carvalho developed a recipe for Sour Cherry Liqueur in a small Taberna. This recipe continues in the liqueur of today, maintaining the family quality and tradition. The Mariquinhas Liqueur is produced from the fruits of Portuguese sour cherry trees, carefully selection to produce the best liqueurs in the world. This is a 100% natural liqueur without colourings or preservatives. It is clear in appearance, ruby in colour, with a sour freshness, fortified consistency, intense aroma of sour cherry and a light touch of cinnamon.

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 MARIQUINHAS WITH SOUR CHERRIES

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MARIQUINHAS WITHOUT SOUR CHERRIES ON-TRADE

MARIQUINHAS WITH SOUR CHERRIES ON-TRADE

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MARIQUINHAS WITH SOUR CHERRIES RESERVE 2011

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REAL GINJA D’ÓBIDOS

Sour cherry craft liqueur, with fresh sour cherries from the cherry trees of the Óbidos region.
Its prolonged maceration, without any colourings or preservatives, gives this liqueur a fresh, deep, velvety aroma with smooth spicy notes. This noble liqueur is reproduced from the eighteenth century recipe of the famous “Liqueur de Griottes”, which, according to the researcher and gastronome Alfredo Saramago, was developed in Óbidos in 1677 by Dona Maria Francisca de Saboya, Queen of Portugal, and is currently marketed with the permission of the Portuguese Royal Family.

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LIMÃO DO CÉU

This innovative liqueur has a young, fresh spirit, inspired by the famous Italian lemon liqueur, but adapted to Portuguese tastes. It is 100% natural liqueur, obtained by macerating the peel of lemons from the Oeste region. From the orchard to your home. Serve it fresh, with or without ice. The true taste of Portuguese lemon.

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PONCHA DA MADEIRA TRADICIONAL

Poncha is a typical Madeiran drink, originating on the Island of Madeira in the middle of the 18th century, at the hands of the English. Throughout the 19th century, poncha was a popular drink among Madeiran families. Today, the poncha tradition is alive and well among the Madeira population. The equipment used to prepare these drinks remains fundamentally unchanged.

PONCHA DA MADEIRA PASSION FRUIT

This liqueur has evolved from the traditional, regional poncha as, with mastery and knowledge, ingredients have been added to obtain a product with the flavour, taste and aroma of passion fruit. It is a faithful replica of the best-known passion fruit punches available on the local market and the fruit ingredients are all sourced from selected regional farms.

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