On the menu since October 2003, when La Tasca Spanish Tapas Bar & Restaurant's Washington, D.C., location opened, the Agua de Sevilla is based on a traditional type of sangria. However, instead of wine, this sangria is made with champagne and topped with whipped cream. The Agua de Sevilla is made with brandy, Triple Sec, pineapple juice, sour mix, champagne, and sugar.La Tasca boasts locations in Arlington, Va.; Baltimore; Old Town Alexandria, Va.; and Washington, D.C. ...

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