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We tell you all the ways to make clericó we have in Cordoba. Because the holidays are coming and you have to know how to do some “clericordobés”


 In Córdoba we use the creativity that characterizes us for all areas of our lives.  That's why  we created many ways to take clericó  and in this note we will tell you about it.

Step by step a  clericazo comes out

Clericó is a fruity  alcoholic drink  that all Latin Americans consume  in  festive times.   It is a  traditional drink,  which  can not miss at any party. We tell you  some suggestions for preparing a special cleric. 

Possible ingredients
  • 3 oranges
  • ½ k strawberries
  • 2 apples
  • 2 bananas
  • 2 peaches
  • 3 slices of pineapple
  • The sweet fruit you can think of adding and that you think it goes
  • ½ cup of sugar
What drink do we send him?

The most common wine for this preparation is sweet white,  although it can also  be  dry, rosé, cava, cider or champagne . Each has its particularity.

  •  White wine clericó  goes very well with smoked cheeses and cold meats, pizzas and empanadas, loin sandwiches, muzzarella sandwiches and dried fruits such as almonds.
  •  The clericó of sparkling wines , ciders, cavas or champagnes  is ideal to  accompany seafood, fish, toast with anchovies and tomato or omelette from potatoes to the spai.wave.
  •  Rosé wine clericó  is doubly enjoyed with cold meats such as fish, tongue with vinaigrette, vitel toné, vegetable cakes and salted nuts such as nuts, almonds and peanuts.
Other options and measures
  • 1 ½ litre sweet white wine (can be Chardonnay, Viognier or Torrontés) + 1 glass of white rum
  • 1 bottle of sparkling or champagne brut nature + 1 glass of peach or pineapple syrup
  • 3 ounces vodka, 1 bottle red wine, 1/4 liter of apple soda + 1/2 liter Mineral water
  • 1 liter of white vermouth such as Gancia or Martini dry + 1 litre dry white wine

 Tip: The foamers should be added at the last minute so that they do not lose the carbon dioxide gas.

How is it prepared

 To prepare it you should choose fresh seasonal fruits  such as apples, bananas, oranges, peaches, grapes, cherries, strawberries or pineapple. Wash the strawberries well and cut them into two.Wash, peel and cut the rest  of the fruits into cubes of the same size  .

1. First the cut fruit is placed in a large jar or in a bowl, then sugar is added to taste and pressed with the wooden spoon so that the fruit shedds its juice.

2. Once the fruit is macerated,  the desired wine or alcoholic beverage  is added and stirred.

3. To give it a special touch you can add a  glass of some sweet liqueur such as Cointreau, Grand Marnier or Tía Maria or  some dry ones such as  gin, vodka or rum. 

4.  Finally, it is placed in the refrigerator and served well cold, stirring previously so that the fruit is mixed well. If there is no time to bring it to the refrigerator, add ice to cool quickly.  It is best to serve it  in well-frozen long drink glasses.

 Tips:  To make the preparation softer you can replace a little wine with orange juice or soda. 

And you... which one do you choose?

Publication Date: 01/01/2021

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