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Sour Cherry Liqueur Vila Rainha Ginja Obidos 70cl - Sour Cherry Liqueur

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Obidos Sour VILA RAINHA - 70cl


Ginja de Obidos


Intense sour cherry aroma and flavour. Ruby tone and shiny appearance. 

Round and velvety


Capacity

Bottle 70 cl


Alcohol content: 19 % vol.

Serve as an aperitif or digestive

To enjoy the full elegance of the liqueur, consume it at a temperature of between 14ºC and 15ºC

We recommend it to be served Cold during the warmer seasons. It can be used in cocktails and cooking.

     Delicious Liquor with unique flavor

Customer Reviews

Five Stars
5.0 out of 5 stars based on 12 reviews
Five Stars
Tastes like Portugal!
It tastes delicious, really very sweet! It draws streaks in the glass which is amazing. This has become the most important element for all Christmas, Halloween, and new years' parties. While drinking it we like we are on the vacations as it tastes like Portugal.
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Five Stars
The Taste Of This Stuff Takes Me Straight To Portugal
This is one of the best tasting refreshment drinks I have ever taken. The quality was good and it was fresh. I have fallen in love with the taste of this drink, and it has a rich flavor too. I loved that this thing is not too sweet. And the perfect blend of sour taste with the sweetness makes it even better. It takes me straight to Portugal man!
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Five Stars
Very easy to use. You won't regret this purchase.
This is well worth the price! This is the way to cook beef, chicken or salmon. Delicious results. Don't get any special bag to cook with. Sealable baggies work great. You don't need that $70 sealer or special rolls of bags. I didn't get the special $69.99 cooking container. My dutch oven worked great. If you increase cooking time decrease the temperature the recipe calls for a little. I think low temp long cooking time produces the best result. I did chicken thighs. Then sear. Cast iron skillet is the only way to sear. 1 tablespoon butter. 1 tablespoon EVOO. Heat to just smoking. 1 clove garlic minced. Quick sear 3 minutes each side. Perfection!
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Five Stars
Noisy vibration after a few hours
Update: A firmware update fixed all of my WiFi issues (although it’s a little hard to find in the app). Still going with 4 stars for being louder than the old Anova. Nothing in the app notifies you that you need to do a firmware update. Tap on “Profile” and then tap again on the gear icon. You will see an option to update the firmware there. ——————— Original review: I've been using a first gen Anova for a few years, which served me pretty well until the motor started failing recently. What a blessing, I've been wanting a WiFi model anyways! Not so fast... Right out of the box and into the pot I noticed three differences from the OG Anova. It's a lot smaller, it has a louder whining sound, and the water doesn't seem to churn as much (although you can still feel it moving a decent bit if you put your hand in the water). Getting connected to WiFi was pretty easy, although a minor annoyance that it doesn't support 5Ghz. However, I'm encountering two issues that make this device absolutely frustrating. 1) It consistently loses it's WiFi connection after a few hours. Every time. This makes it difficult to start or monitor a remote cook. 2) 100% of the time I start it from the app, it starts with the temp of the LAST cook instead of the temp I set. In order to get the right temp I have to start it, stop it, and then start it again. This totally threw me off the first time and I ended up massively undercooking a meal at the wrong temp.
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Five Stars
Very easy to use. You won't regret this purchase.
The updated Anova now has 1000W compared to it's predecessor, and is much better at bringing water to temp/keeping temp. In addition the built in controls and display is easy to use and fairly intuitive. Once paired with a cellphone, you'll automatically get an alert once water heats up and cook time starts, even if you initiate the process via the precision cooker. Personally this is the biggest advantage the Anova has over the Joule. 80% of the time I'm making the same recipes that I already know the temp/cook time for, and it's much simpler to plop the Anova into the pot and directly set everything, than to have to pull out my phone, unlock it, go to the app, wait for it to connect, and then set.
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Five Stars
Louder than old Anova and (fixed!) unusable WiFi
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Easy to setup right out of the box. Demo of a Tenderloin @ 134° for 3 hrs w/ sound on for reference. Keep in mind the unit sounds much louder in the video due to the proximity of the phone and use of a rubbermaid container w/ thermal barrier. Wifi connectivity via the phone app seems intermittent, but it may be due to the location. So far I'm very impressed! The tenderloin could have been cut with a spoon even after the quick sear in a pan w/ herbs and butter.
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Five Stars
New and improved Anova, keeps temperature well, easy to use even without the app.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. TLDR – Best available, but the app is terrible and it makes a ‘skeeter sound. I chose this model after two solid weeks of research. I read everything I could find, watched all the videos, and even made a comparative spread sheet. Only two other units came close. The primary reasons I chose this over the others was power (1000W), circulating ability (8 Liters/min), and my need for controls on the unit itself (one of the contenders had none). SETUP - I downloaded the app, plugged in my Anova, followed app’s directions, and created a user profile. A four digit code was generated on my Anova cooker’s digital readout, and I punched that into the app when it asked. Done. There is no Bluetooth with this, just WiFi. PREHEAT - I clamped it to the side of my thick 6 quart insta-p0t with room to spare. This resulted in the Anova cooker being about 5mm off the bottom of the actual inner pot, so no vibration from touching. I was a little stunned by how quickly it heated up the water to 130°F. Yes, I used hot tap water, but it took less than 4 minutes to completely up to temp from about 111°. NOISE - Many reviewers reported that this was much noisier than others, including it’s predecessor, with a mechanical whine. I would say it’s exactly the same noise as a mosquito strafing your head. You can hear it across the room in a quiet house, but if there’s any other noise, you won’t notice it. At least it doesn’t bite. CIRCULATION - You can see the water roiling in the pot. I have no doubts about the 8 liter/min claim. CONNECTIVITY – The app can set the temp and start the cooker, but it can’t turn it off. At least in my case, I always have to turn it off manually. Attempting to stop it via the app always results in an error. When the time is up, the cooker lets me know with a nice alarm tone. But NO alarm or notification on my phone (yes I allowed all notifications). App no worky. CLEANING - It’s just circulating clean water, so no cleaning is necessary. But unlike the top contender, you can remove the outer sleeve if you do need to clean it if maybe a bag popped open or something. READOUT and TOUCHSCREEN – Very nice. Three buttons with intuitive icons for Current Temp, Target Temp, and Time, as well as Start/Stop and Increase/Reduce. Touching any of these allows manual adjustment of that parameter. Once set, the digital readout alternates between current temp and remaining time. MEASUREMENTS - Here are some measurements I couldn’t find anywhere. Diameter of the cooker’s outer metal tube is 56mm or 2.21” (2 ¼” would be 57mm) Diameter of the tube, including the tiny lip to stop the clamp, is 57.49mm Min and Max water level, from the bottom of the cooker is 2.5” and 6.0”, so you have about 3.5” of leeway for water depth. Top of control head flares to maximum of 71mm (2.77”) by 79mm (3.12”) Maximum clamp opening is 30mm or 1.16”, but you can easily remove the thumbscrew and get 35mm or 1.4”. The clamp is made entirely of plastic. COOLER COOKER - The internet is teeming with sous vide ‘cooler-cooker’ instructional videos, but if you’re planning one, here’s something to be aware of. The discontinued model had a 3/16” lip all the way around the tube, but this new model is the same diameter from the bottom of the stainless steel outer tube, to the plastic base near the top where the cord exits. There is only one tiny 1” wide by 1.5mm lip that sticks out to stop the clamp from sliding all the way up. Point being, if you have plans to make a cooker vessel out of a cooler, you can’t just drill that 2 3/8” hole in the top to keep it from slipping in. You’ll have to use something with a tighter tolerance, like a pvc fitting, unless you’re willing to let your cooker to go in all the way to the cord. NOTES - * App does not not automatically turn off unit, or alert you that the food is done. * App can not manually turn off unit, although you can set temp and start it. * Makes a buzzing mosquito sound during operation. * You have to sign up for an account to connect to the cooker app. * No bluetooth, only WiFi. * You can only run one unit at a time through the app (at this time). * No ‘delay’ timer. Starting from the app (or manually), just starts the timer and the cooking. * You should be able to start, stop, check temp and remaining time from your phone, but my app only works for starting and checking remaining time. * Fortunately, you can use and control the cooker without using the app at all. * Checked Anova temp vs my Thermap&n (high end thermocouple) difference was less than 0.1°F so it’s right on the money, temp-wise. So the app stinks, and the mosquito noise can be annoying to some people. After using it for a week, I still think it’s the best out there right now… but hopefully they get the app fixed and updated soon (current ver 3.2.14). Hope some of this helps.
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Five Stars
Impressed with my Anova AN500-US00
So far so good. It does make noise the entire time it is on. I guess I thought they were all supposed to be quiet. The noise is not super loud. I took a video, but decided not to post it due to the video making the noise seem louder than it is truly is in person. It is a low humming sound. I guess it’s a good reminder that you have something cooking. You probably will not notice it from another room in the house. 4 stars only, because I thought it would be silent. Maybe it truly deserves 5 stars. I love that it is wifi! At first, I ordered a cheaper one that was not wifi as I initially thought, “who really needs that feature?” I sent it back thankfully. I LOVE THE WIFI!! I have lots of wifi products in my home already...I admit it, I am hooked on controlling things via my phone from any location! LOL Buy it. You will not regret it. Yes, it is a little more expensive, but your food will be amazing and it is fun! This one did not take very long to heat up either. I am impressed. This will cook your meat to the perfect temperature. You never have to worry again about overcooking. Click the helpful button below if you found this review helpful at all. Thx.
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Five Stars
Currently the best... but not perfect
If you haven't tried Sous Vide, wow, are you missing out! The Anova tool is pretty great and fascinating to use--a friend of mine referred to it as "sciencey" and was correct in saying so. My first try with it I made a pork tenderloin I picked up from Costco and it was FANTASTIC! My wife and I had tried cooking pork tenderloin in the past and it was really the disappointing-the first time it was so dry I threw it away. Not in Sous Vide! Moist, cooked perfectly from edge to edge, and took about 10 minutes to prep. I was really nervous because I'm not much of a cook. Wow! The only complaint I have about the Anova is the fussy Wifi. It doesn't seem to stay connected or find your phone again very easily. Small complaint. Other than the fussy Wifi, it's pretty cool.
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Five Stars
Wasn’t sure at first, but LOVE the wifi!!!
I've had a couple other sous vide machines before. I've loved using them but they just haven't lasted. I do a lot of 24 hour plus cooks so I tend to push mine probably a bit harder than some. This is my first Anova and so far I'm pretty impressed. It seems super accurate at staying on temp. I monitored it over a 24 hour cook with 2 different Thermoworks probe thermometers that log high and low temps. I never had even a 1° deviation the entire time. I also checked it periodically with another instant read thermometer for good measure and it stayed consistent. It does make a high pitched whine. It's not so much that it's loud but it is a terribly high pitched whir. It's not a huge downside to me because I only hear it when I'm in the kitchen. If I had to be near it during the entire time it might be pretty annoying though. It doesn't sound like it's a malfunction but more from the impeller. By reading other reviews I think I'm one of the few who enjoys the app. It's not perfect by any means but it's the only way I ever control mine. It does have some annoying quirks but being able to add and save your own recipes is nice. Being able to look at a recipe and just hit "cook this recipe" to set the time and temp is nice. It does disconnect and reconnect every time I shut my screen off but it's not a big deal. Over a long cook the app can forget what recipe you're cooking but the time and temp is still saved in the cooker. Another annoyance with the app is you are locked out of browsing other recipes when you have a cook going. You can click on a recipe but it just sits there trying to load forever. It makes me wonder about using 2 different cookers which I was contemplating. I think they must have made some improvements with it since some reviews. For the most part I'm enjoying it so far though. I just hope it lasts better than some others I've tried.
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Five Stars
Wow, Great Tasting Food, But Bluetooth Feature Needs Work!
This Sous Vide changed my life. It changed he way I cook and prepare food day in and day out. I absolutely love it. Every meal I cook is prepared well, perfect temperature and on time, with no hassle. I've had the unit for about 8 months now, and use it 3 times a week. Tested different methods of cooking everything from steak, short rib, pork belly, fish and vegetables. Quick 1 hour cooks and slow 48 hour cooks. Hands down, fantastic unit ... When it works. Update 8 months after purchase: The unit just crapped out on me. I was in the middle of a cook and it blew my circuit. I thought a fuse blew. Checked the breaker. Constantly reset it. I took the unit to a different outlet and it blew a different fuse. Finally, brought the unit to a neighbors house, and it blew their fuse. Hopefully it's still under warranty.. especially for the price paid... Update: One month later. Anova was very quick to respond and replace the first unit. The new unit I received had a terrible humming noise. This was a due to a loose piece based on the pressure the device had against the container and the water flowing through it. I took it apart, tightened it and it was fixed. It happened again and Anova replaced the unit. Everything's been fine since. Update: April 29th, 2021. Updated my reviews to 5 stars again. My device has been running great for months again. Love it. I cook everything from steaks, fish, vegetables and eggs. People think it's not worth it, or over rated...let me tell you, this cooks meat completely different. It's not just more tender, the consistency is completely different being cooked in this vs a grill/stove. Highly recommend this to everyone. Products have issues... nothing's perfect. Their support is amazing. Try it sometime before giving them a bad review.
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Five Stars
Pretty impressed so far.
I had a hard time deciding how many total stars to give because this tool works VERY well at temps at or below 165 degrees but not above. We’ve cooked chicken breast, thick and thin ribeye, NY strip, tri-tip, and pork shoulder. I tried to do eggs, which require 194 degrees, and temp didn’t progress above 154 after 3 hours so I gave up. That’s way too long just to make hard boiled eggs. I ended up using a pressure cooker. We use it at least once a week, but usually more. We’ve also cooked both room temp and frozen food. The temp on our Anova unit is accurate. We used two other thermometers to verify. It circulates water well. We tried it in both a large soup pot and a hard plastic container specifically made for sous vide. It performed well in both vessels. But… it has an audible steady hum. I’m not usually bothered by noise but it’s distracting if I’m reading or painting or doing puzzles. The WiFi works well and we’ve started the unit remotely from work. That’s really cool because the water is heated when I get home and in goes the bag of chicken. We’ve also controlled the unit from the stick and it’s intuitive. We didn’t buy the Joule because it’s only WiFi. I recommend sous vide cooking and using this unit to do it, however, based on other reviews and my experience being different, I recommend testing the unit the day you get it so you can return if you get a lemon. And, to be honest, except for eggs, does the water ever need to be higher than 165? Chicken only requires 145. Pork 155 or 165… I can’t remember which. Sous vide pasteurizes after a couple hours so it’s not necessary to cook to a temp you would using the oven or a grill and this keeps food juicy. Our steaks were tender beyond belief. So far we’ve used choice, prime, and black grade American Wagyu. Even the choice was tender because it’s impossible to overcook using sous vide. I ended up choosing 4 stars because I really like this unit but it’s not without a few flaws. I can live with them though. Small price to pay to avoid using the oven or grill in the middle of summer.
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