Spanish Brandy

Five bottles of Spanish Brandy placed in front of the Eastern wall of the Mezquita-Catedral of Cordoba, a fabulous and interesting building whose construction began around the year 600 as the Christian Visigothic Church of St. Vincent, the patron saint of Lisbon and Valencia who lived in the 4th century. The Moors refashioned the church into a mosque in the 8th century. In the 13th century the building was converted into a Catholic church. The Mezquita-Catedral seems to embody the spirit of Andalucia which is enriched by both Moorish and Catholic influences. The Spanish have been producing distilled spirits since the Moors brought the technology of distillation to the Iberian Peninsula in 711 AD.


7.5″ X 10.75″





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