Agua de Sevilla

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Agua de Sevilla is a drink typically consumed mostly in the region of Seville, Spain. It is considered "a mild and tasty typical drink"[1] and can be found in numerous nightclubs in Seville.


Agua de Sevilla's preparation varies widely, but a fairly typical recipe is:

  • 1 liter pineapple juice or syrup
  • 1 bottle of cava, sparkling, wine located in Spain (around .75 liters)
  • 1 cup whiskey
  • 1 cup cointreau (triplesec)
  • ice


Some recipes call for an additional cup of rum, and others substitute cognac for cointreau. Some also call for shaved ice.

Recipes instruct to crush the ice until it is shaved and serve in champagne glasses with a leaf of hierba buena.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Going Out at Night". Night Life. Consorcio de Turismo de Sevilla. 2003. Archived from the original on 18 October 2009. Retrieved 12 November 2009.