Why should I stop for a Horchata tasting in Alicante?
Change the rutine with this Horchata tasting in Alicante. For the tea time, the usual custom is to enjoy a refreshing glass of horchata (tiger nut milk) accompanied by fartons (typical sweet pastries). It is served ice-cold as a natural refreshment in the summer. Tigernut horchata is also used instead of milk by the lactose-intolerant.
What does “horchata” come from?
The idea of making horchata from tigernuts comes from the period of Muslim presence in Valencia (from the eighth to thirteenth centuries).
It has a regulating council to ensure the quality of the product and the villages where it can come from, with the Denomination of Origin.
In our Alicante private guided tours there will be always time for stopping and enjoying a Horchata tasting in Alicante.