"Agua de Sevilla" Alcoholic Beverages Tip by betis1

Alcoholic Beverages, Sevilla: 6 reviews and 2 photos

It runs through the river between el centro and Triana, but it also is a popular drink offered at a few bars here. Try this instead of sangria if you're feeling bold. Don't finish the night up with a pitcher of it, though, as it packs a punch. Served in jaras (pitcher) or media jaras (half-pitchers) be prepared to pay a hefty price - anywhere from 20-30? for a pitcher. Here's what's in it (it may vary a bit from place to place):

-zumo de piña (pineapple juice)
-champagne
-whisky
-ron (rum)
-Licor 43
-Cointreau
-nata (whipped cream: on top and then stirred in)
-azucar moreno (brown sugar)
hielo (ice)

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  • Written Jul 17, 2003
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