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Updated Friday, December 16, 2022-14:37
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After the success of the first salty roscones route last year, El Águila repeats again with the second edition, turning this tradition around.
Thus, from December 22 to January 8 we will once again be able to enjoy the mini-roscones salty route in 26 establishments in the capital.
It will be a tour in which to taste recipes created for the occasion, with several unique proposals, but with a differential element in common: a base of artisan bread made with El Águila beer, by the renowned master baker John Torres.
It is about combining the philosophy of going for a walk and being able to pair these tasty mini roscones with the different varieties of El Águila beers.
El Águila Unfiltered, the most iconic variety of El Águila, is a special lager-type beer, inspired by traditional methods from the 1900s in which beers used to be unfiltered, like fresh out of the tank, which gives it a slightly cloudy color. by having the yeast in suspension.
It is an easy to drink and balanced beer, thanks to the hints of caramel malt, and refreshing due to the aroma of Lemondrop® hops, added in late hopping.
A beer that does not need filters or distractions, just take a walk around its container to awaken the yeast it contains and enjoy all its flavor.
In addition to El Águila Unfiltered, we can enjoy the roscones made with El Águila beer, also with its El Águila Dorada variety.
It is a very balanced special lager beer, which combines the intensity of caramelized malt with the freshness of its hops.
A bright, golden beer with a consistent white foam thanks to its perfect combination of malts.
Here you have the places where you can enjoy this different route to make a different plan:
: Café Tatiana (Salmon with Philadelphia cream and pickles and Heura with cheese and vegetables), Casa Luna (Avocado and smoked sardine and Salmorejo with Iberian shoulder, among others), La Nueva Troje (Cochinita pibil with brie cheese and pickled red onion ), Balcón de Malasaña (Guacamole, marinated salmon and pickled onion) and Dominguita (same as Café Tatiana)
: Bodega Ardosa (Anchovies and anchovies with tomato) and Artium (Black pudding from Burgos with piquillo peppers and almond granules).
: El Bombín de Sabina (Delights from the Iberian Dehesa: Grilled ear with its sauce and an Iberian torrezno topping), Kapullo (Cream cheese, bacon and kikos powder) and Que trabaja Rita (La Rita with lemon and La rum rita)
: Y Lucientes (Iberian pork cheeks cooked at low temperature with sweet strawberries, coriander sprouts and almond flakes) and Txirimiri Ferraz (Txistorra, idiazabal cheese, piquillo peppers, pickled onion and quail egg)
: Tximiri Ibiza Ibiza (Crispy chicken with cheddar and fried quail egg), Nativo (Mini MASAI Roscón made of lean beef stew with exotic spices), John Torres (Ají de gallina and Cochinita pibil), Zoko (Tuna with onion) , Quiroga (Anchovies and guacamole and Salmon with Russian salad), Pulpería de Narváez (Calamaritos de la Lonja with homemade alioli), La Peligrosa (Rilletes de pularda) and Alcalá 87 (Salted butter, Raf tomato tartare and squid).
: Metropolitan Lounge Bar (Pate with truffle and blueberries), Txirimiri Gral. Pardiñas (Crispy pig's ear with brava sauce and pickled red onion), La tasquita de Salamanca (Egg yolk, mayonnaise, tuna, tomato and roasted pepper), Los Madriles (Base of cream cheese with apple compote and Iberian lizard with red fruits), El Lince (Carrillera, chipotle mayonnaise, crispy onion and cilantro) and La Casa de la Cerveza (Marinated chicken with cherry tomato confit and brie cheese and crispy onion shavings).
If you want to find your most adventurous and cheerful version, the Route of the salty mini-roscones and El Águila beers will help you find it.
* El Águila recommends responsible consumption.
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