CONJURO DE LA QUEIMADA PDF

Queimada is an alcoholic beverage of Galician tradition. Queimada is a punch made from Galician augardente orujo from Galicia -a spirit distilled from the rests of winemaking- and flavoured with special herbs or coffee , plus sugar , lemon peel, coffee beans and cinnamon. It is traditionally prepared in a hollow pumpkin. Typically, while preparing the punch a spell or incantation is recited, so that special powers are conferred to the queimada and those drinking it. Then the queimada is set alight, and slowly burns as more brandy is added.

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As you all know, most Spanish celebrations have a typical food or drink associated to them, and that is the case of St John and the queimada. This is a traditional Galician beverage made from orujo or aguardiente strong alcoholic liquor distilled from wine and grape or herbs pressings , orange or lemon peels and sugar as main ingredients. Some people also add coffee beans, fruit chunks or cinnamon.

I have never made it myself, but I know that you have to burn it slowly in a clay pot. When it is set alight, it shows beautiful blue flames. Owls, barn owls, toads and witches.

Demons, goblins and devils, spirits of the misty vales. Crows, salamanders and midges, charms of the folk healer ess. Rotten pierced canes, home of worms and vermin. Wisps of the Holy Company, evil eye, black witchcraft, scent of the dead, thunder and lightning. Sinful tongue of the bad woman married to an old man. Roar of the enraged sea, of shipwreck omen, useless belly of the unmarried woman, speech of the cats in heat, dirty turf of the wicked born goat and twisted horn of the billy-goat.

Some of them will flee riding their brooms, going to bathe in the Finisterre sea. Hear the roars They are the witches purifying themselves in these spiritual flames And when this beverage goes down our throats, we will get free of the evil of our soul and of any charm.

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As you all know, most Spanish celebrations have a typical food or drink associated to them, and that is the case of St John and the queimada. This is a traditional Galician beverage made from orujo or aguardiente strong alcoholic liquor distilled from wine and grape or herbs pressings , orange or lemon peels and sugar as main ingredients. Some people also add coffee beans, fruit chunks or cinnamon. I have never made it myself, but I know that you have to burn it slowly in a clay pot. When it is set alight, it shows beautiful blue flames. Owls, barn owls, toads and witches. Demons, goblins and devils, spirits of the misty vales.

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