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Spanish and Portuguese cherry liqueurs other than ginjinha (anise flavor present)?

twocents | Nov 28, 2011 05:57 PM

I recently had in Portugal ginjinha (ginja), the sour cherry flavored liqueur. At one of the ginja shops I also had a liqueur that had both cherry and anise flavors, but didn't get the name. Later in Madrid I was also given a couple of pours of a very similar cherry/anise flavored liqueur, described as typical of the region, but again did not get the name. Can anyone tell me what names they might be known as?


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