The strongest of the traditional spirits of Spain are various types of aguardiente (Spanish aguardiente, literally – “burning water”), produced by distilling fermented fruit or vegetable raw materials. The most common of them is Aruch, distilled from the remains of grapes pressed during the process of making wine.
Main article: sherry
Sherry is a wine produced in Spain. The name of this wine is derived from the city of Jerez de La Frontera.
This fortified wine is made from three grape varieties Palomino Fino, Pedro Jimenez and Moscatel. Moors, for a long time occupied part of the territory of Spain, called the local wine “cherish”, from this word came the English name of sherry — “sherry”(sherry). For example, Fino, a clear, light dry drink Amontillado has a bright amber color and a slightly sweet taste Continue reading
Spain is a beautiful and friendly country, where hospitable people live and there is a huge amount of delicious food. If you are going to visit this amazing country, do not forget to try the dishes from the list below. 1. Churros, or local doughnuts. Imagine with them the Spaniards begin each day! Churros are usually served for Breakfast, and most often with chocolate. They are deep-fried, so they are crispy and very tasty. In form they can be different, as well as in thickness. In Spain they are sold everywhere! 2. Croquette. They sell them in all the bars in Spain. Usually they are spicy burgers with different fillings, which are usually served as an appetizer. Spaniards like to gather in the evenings in bars to eat and discuss the Affairs of the day. Sometimes croquettes are served with Bechamel sauce. Continue reading