Ginginha", is a traditional Portuguese liqueur that can be drunk in Lisbon and other places such as Óbidos and Alcobaça. Made from alcohol and obtained from the maceration of the cherry fruit, a fruit very similar to the cherry, both in appearance and in taste, and that uses only natural products, without any artificial preservatives in its production. This liqueur is a mixture of sweet and bitter with a touch of cinnamon. Due to its sweetness, it becomes very easy to drink. Usually served in small glasses, called a shot, it must be drunk all at once.