We tried the infamous cherry liquor, and I have to say that I didn’t care for it much. More like cherry cough syrup. But others seem to like it, so I think it’s all a matter of preference. I like the aspect that you can pay a small amount and then just get a sample of it.
One of the most tasty ginja. This is the one e of the two oldest spots, where you can taste it. There working the fourth generation of family. Price is 1,40 EUR. Small place, just drink and go. Better come at evening, when weather become colder and wind stronger.
We found this tiny 'bar' by chance and had to pop in to sample the Ginja and wow it was lovely. This is more of a bar for locals who pop in and out constantly for a cold glass. The tip is to ask for a cold one and you get more in your glass! We only tried the cherry... 更多
A must-do in Lisdon. This is a pop in café (with no seats or anything) and they serve small glasses of ginjinha. Its very interesting especially as you see people calling in briefly for a quick shot and then off they go again. Very tasty.
We sampled this place when the one across the way was closed early in the morning. I found the flavor of the liquor smoother and the cherries tasted better. The competitor down the street seemed to be busier (maybe because it was on a TV show) but they served their shots in plastic cups, while Sem Rival always served in... 更多
We went there just because I found it on tripadvisor. The place is not bad but it's really nothing really special. We tried the traditional ginjinha drink but the place seemed to be rather dirty (both outside and inside).
The Eduardino liqueur is an anise liqueur with a creepy looking clown on the label that is defs worth seeking out. A great joint to check out in Lisboa.