Says a fairly popular American food and drink critic. More precisely, he wrote it in the magazine Marketwatch , where he makes a detailed description of the history of the drink and its composition.
In case all you do is enjoy the national elixir par excellence, I tell you that the origins date back to 1845 and that it is composed of 27 herbs .
In his article, the gentleman says that there are people who are slow to discover a refined taste; but for him, he tastes like ointment for shoes with mint . He ends up exposing the famous Cordovan formula of mixing it with Coca .
And here is the crux of the question: if it is a drink to mix, if you alone don't have it, it's because of the taste, obvious. So, I think we need to redefine things. Let us accept that the bitterness of the fernet is unbearable and that it is the ugliest drink in the world . And let's say the one that Argentines like the most is “fernet con coca”. Solomonic solution.
Come one by one.
Un entusiasta del arte culinario. Creador de sus propios platos, desde hace más de 10 años. Maestro del disco de arado. “El asado, se hace con leña.”