Spain's top 10 drinks: The ultimate guide
The Local · 7 May 2014, 15:19
Published: 07 May 2014 14:19 GMT+02:00
Updated: 07 May 2014 15:19 GMT+02:00
When it comes to delicious alcoholic drinks, there is a lot more to Spain than just sangría and cerveza (beer). Here The Local gives you the lowdown on the best that the country's bars have to offer.
Drinking is seriously big business in Spain.
While behaving badly when drunk is generally frowned upon, people are more than happy to engage in marathon conversations over copious amounts of alcohol.
But it's not all about sangría and cerveza. With everything from kalimotxo (red wine mixed with Coca-Cola) to carajillo (coffee with a kick), there's plenty to discover.
Read on to see The Local's list of Spain's top drinks.
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