Have you tried a rebujito recipe before? Enjoyed by many during Seville’s Feria, the rebujito is a delicious way to quench your thirst after dancing the night away. It is said that the tradition if you are invited to one of the private casetas, is to buy a pitcher or two of rebujito for your host. This a simple and refreshing recipe that you can try at home. The flamenco shoes and dress are strictly optional 💃🏽😉.
This Andalusian cocktail is the life of the party and a constant presence at the Feria. Refreshing on a hot day.
- Jug or Large Pitcher, Muddler or Spoon, Serving Glasses
- 75 Milliliters Manzanilla or Fino Sherry (2.5 floz)
- 50 Milliliters Lemon Soda (like 7-up) (1.7 floz)
- Ice Cubes
- Fresh Mint (optional)
- In a large pitcher or jug, mix the wine with the soda and add the mint. The mint is optional but it adds a bit of freshness to your drink.
- Add the ice. We can crush it like a mojito to make the final finish of this drink much more refreshing.
- Enjoy as an aperitif served with some fish or ham.
It is important to adapt the rebujito to our tastes, the proportion of alcohol is light for an aperitif. You can add more alcohol if you're feeling festive.