calimocho


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calimocho

(ˌkælɪˈməʊtʃəʊ)
n
(Brewing) a cocktail popular in Spanish-speaking countries, consisting of a mixture of cola and red wine
[C20 from Basque]
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Visual transactions and reinscriptions of identity in Nadin Ospina and Calimocho Styles
Transactions visuelles et reinscriptions de l'identite chez Nadin Ospina et Calimocho Styles
Pitchers of fruity, festive sangria liven up the party at a range of restaurants today, not just Mexican eateries; white wine spritzers refresh poolside sippers on scorching summer days; and the ubiquitous (at least in Spain) Calimocho draws legions of local fans with its mixture of equal parts red wine and cola served over ice.
The students absorbed the tragedy into the botellon: their Friday and Saturday evening routine of gathering in central Madrid's plazas to drink liters of cheap wine mixed with Coca Cola (calimocho).
A typical summer drink is tinto de verano, which is red wine with lemonade or soda - a sort of sangria - while another popular mix is calimocho - red wine mixed with Coke.
La Doctora Maria Elena Lucero, directora del Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios en Teoria Poscolonial de la Universidad del Rosario, Argentina, nos ofrece un interesante estudio comparativo de la obra de dos referentes actuales del arte contemporaneo latinoamericano: el colombiano Nadin Ospina y los mexicanos de Calimocho Styles.
A more recent phenomenon popular with Spanish youth is the Calimocho, also known as Kalimotxo in Basque country.