Mi Diario de Cocina: Cola de mono

Cola de Mono drink and the participation in YA Magazine – Mi Diario de Cocina

Mi Diario de Cocina: Cola de mono y la participación en la Revista YA

Cola de Mono drink and the participation in YA Magazine – Mi Diario de Cocina

Piscola....(Is a very typical alcoholic drink of Chile, made with pisco, coca cola and ice)

(Is a very typical alcoholic drink of Chile, made with pisco, coca cola and ice)

Chile "El Terremoto"    Clasica bebida que puede ser encontrada en el bar la piojera.    Como preparar la bebida terremoto  Para preparar esta rica bebida debemos agregar 300cc de pisco en una coctelera, junto con dos litros de vino blanco, agregamos 3 cucharadas de azúcar, cinco cucharadas de helado, cerramos la coctelera y batimos muy bien.  Una ves hecho esto, servimos la bebida en vasos altos y lo podemos decorar agregando mas helado de piña sobre la bebida.

TERREMOTO Chilean drink made of - Pipeño (a type of sweet fermented wine), pineapple ice-cream, and fernet (bitter herby liquor). Terremoto literally translates to Earthquake.

Chicha...(Sweet fermented wine typically made from apples though sometimes from grapes too. This is typically drunk around the 18th of September for the national day celebrations).

(Sweet fermented wine typically made from apples though sometimes from grapes too. This is typically drunk around the of September for the national day celebrations).

Jote....(Portion of Coca-Cola or any Cola drink, and a portion of red wine, the proportions depend on the consumer. Chile is not original, but is very popular and widely consumed by the young Chilean. It is made in various parts of the world just changed its name in Spain is called Calimocho, Mochete or Tincola; in Uruguay is called Vino Cortado (Wine Cut), in Brazil as Diesel, in Mozambique is a Catembe in Argentina is called Bardal, and in Romania is known as Carcalete).

Jote....(Portion of Coca-Cola or any Cola drink, and a portion of red wine, the proportions depend on the consumer. Chile is not original, but is very popular and widely consumed by the young Chilean. It is made in various parts of the world just changed its name in Spain is called Calimocho, Mochete or Tincola; in Uruguay is called Vino Cortado (Wine Cut), in Brazil as Diesel, in Mozambique is a Catembe in Argentina is called Bardal, and in Romania is known as Carcalete).

Terremoto - (Earthquake) Chilean drink based in wine and pineapple ice cream.

Terremoto - (Earthquake) Chilean drink based in wine and pineapple ice cream.

Diferentes Terremotos (izquierda) mezclados con granadina (centro) una jarra de la bebida (derecha) un terremoto tradicional, Bebida tradicional echa a base de vino pipeño, helado de piña y piña natural troceada, se sirve bien frío, Chile

Terremotos are delicious Chilean drinks that everyone should try! The best terremotos can be found at la piojera santiago chile.

Vaina Chilena - Bebidas Chilenas - Cocteles Chilenos

Vaina Chilena - Bebidas Chilenas - Cocteles Chilenos

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