Supermercados el Corte Inglés, Seville

Supermercados el Corte Inglés, Seville

What to buy here: Anisette.

The national drink of the Mediterranean could easily be anisette liquor, a clear drink consumed at nearly any time of day in Seville. Made through the process of distilling anise seeds, the taste is of licorice and there is no shortage of types – from aguardiente to Turkish raki. While most supermarkets will carry the famous brands, having an anise with your afternoon snack is the sevillano way. Nearly every bar in the city has a bottle stashed under the bar, and all households tend to use it as an aperitif or an after dinner drink. If you’re brave, you could head to Cazalla de la Sierra, the whitewashed city north of Seville where a type of anisette infused with cherries, called Miura, is mass produced, and where locals are happy to buy you a round or two. Price: 3 - 15€ per bottle.

Operation hours: Monday–Saturday: 10:00–22:00

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Supermercados el Corte Inglés on Map

Sight Name: Supermercados el Corte Inglés
Sight Location: Seville, Spain (See walking tours in Seville)
Sight Type: Shopping

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