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THE LEGACY

This ancient tradition dates back to the Portuguese monks of the XVII century in which sour cherries, also known as morello cherries, were infused in alcohol and lightly sweetened with sugar.

This concoction was an immediate success and recipes have been passed on through generations as home recipes. Centuries later, the liqueur became commercially available in Portugal, where it has been served as a treasured national spirit.


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OUR COMMITMENT

We are proud to offer some of the world’s rarest and most exclusive Portuguese liqueur. Our producer and us are collaborating together in making a commitment to maintain quality and tradition. Our producer is the proud owner of over 20,000 sour cherry trees, which ensures self-sufficiency and maintains high standards.


MADE WITH LOVE

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MADE WITH LOVE

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