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Agua de Valencia – A glass of sunshine

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The elements of an Agua de Valencia

A memory of Valencia

… and something a little different that Sangria (which we also love).

Agua de Valencia

… so much more than Buck’s Fizz.

You’ll need a pitcher, and best served in a reasonable sized glass.

We have provided a metric & US version.

The recipe for Agua de Valencia

750ml of Cava (1 standard bottle)
50ml Vodka
50ml Gin
250 ml Orange Juice (Ideally freshly squeezed Valencian oranges, but failing that the best OJ you can get.)


Put a reasonable amount of ice in your pitcher, Add the vodka & gin, pour over the Cava and add the orange juice, give it a little stir. Top up with ice if necessary.

Pour into chilled glasses and sit back and enjoy.

In case you’re interested

The wine glass feature in this shot is a LSA International’s Elina Wine Goblet

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About the Author


Gary, the co-founder of Our World for You, was born and raised in London. An IT guy who likes to takes snaps. Along with Janis his partner, they have been travelling part time since 1995. In 2016, over a Sherry in Seville, they decided that enough was enough with suits. The decision was made to take their knowledge and experience to create a blog to inspire others to travel the world near and far.

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