When traveling in Spain, you might be confused to enjoy a drink there.
Like drinks on the European Continent, there are many alcoholic drinks offered in Spain.
But you don’t need to worry. Among the many traditional Spanish drinks, some drinks are free of alcohol content. The taste also varies. From the creamy, special rich to those that make it fresh.
Mosto is a popular non-alcoholic beverage in Spain. This drink is made from grape wine, but not fermented like grapes. Bait is pure grape juice. Most available in two variants, red and white. Some are served cold with or without ice.
A typical drink found next to Frescas Aguas in Taquerias Mexico, Horchata is a drink that looks like milk, but it is milk-free. Made with rice, roasted almonds, a little cinnamon, and a few drops of lime and then served with added ice or ice cream. This drink is the perfect drink to be refreshed and is perfect to be enjoyed during the summer.
Different from Chocolate Caliente, Champurrado is made from steeping chocolate and brown sugar. Besides, Champurrado is also rich in spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, and aniseed even with peanuts, orange peel, oatmeal, and eggs can also be used to thicken and enrich the taste of drinks.
Latin Limeade is made like regular lime juice, but this drink also uses brown sugar as a sweetener. Lemon can be used to make Latin Limeade.
This is a really creamy Spanish chocolate milk. It is made with a mixture of milk and cornstarch that is cooked until it boils. This is what makes Chocolate Caliente more than any other milk chocolate. This boiled milk is then mixed with chocolate and sugar and returned to this chocolate milk to be more than before. You can also make it yourself at home.
Agua Fresca is essentially fruit juice served with ice cubes. However, some ask for lemon juice and mint leaves on the serving other than ice cubes this can be replaced with the crushed frozen grape. There are some well-known Agua Fresca, which are made from watermelon (watermelon agua fresca) and mango (mango agua fresca).