Posts Tagged ‘Spanish summer drinks’


Posted on July 23rd, 2013 by by admin

Summer drinks Nº4 Granizado

Mmm, granizado, literally a hailstorm; but in fact, a Slush Puppy-type drink that consists of crushed ice drenched in sweetened coffee or lemony syrup. It’s a great favourite with kids and kids at heart, keeping them/us entertained for ages as they/we burst their/our eardrums vacuuming up every last drop of sweetness from the remaining ice […]

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Posted on July 8th, 2013 by by admin

Summer drinks Nº2 – Sangría

Sangría (pronounced sanGREEya) shot to fame as the quintessentially Spanish drink after it was served at the Spanish pavilion in the1964 World Fair in New York. Apparently, though, it was the British and the French who first drank a punch called  “sangaree” or “sang gris” in the Antilles colonies in the 17th century. Oh well, […]

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