Gin Sharish gets its name from the village of Monsaraz (sharish means xara, jara, or rock rose). "Mont Sharish would mean a hill erected in a forest of rockrose, subsequently originating Monsaraz", explains António Cuco, its producer.
In Sharish Blue Magic we can find strawberries, fresh raspberries, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon, angelica root, ginger, licorice, coriander seed and juniper.
The difference to normal Sharish is the flower named Clitoria Ternatea which gives Gin a blue hue without the need for artificial colors. According to the producer, this Gin will have a "magic touch". When tonic water is added and the liquids are mixed, the blue will turn a light pink.