Sol Y Luna’s original El Pedro Borracho or ‘Drunk Peter’ acquired its name from both the Pedro Ximenez Sherry that is used in its making and also the fact that the Sol Y Luna team all had to take a cab home after inventing it.
Combine all the ingredients
Serve over ice in a short glass.
Pedro Ximénez should be served slightly chilled, at between 12 and 14ºC, though the younger wines may be served at lower temperatures.
It is a dessert in itself, though combining exceptionally well with desserts based on slightly bitter chocolate, with ice-creams and blue cheeses of great intensity, such as Cabrales or Roquefort.
Serve between 12 & 14º C in a white wine glass.
A perfect way to finish a meal. Pairs perfectly with desserts that aren't too sweet.
In traditional wide rimmed catavinos or in a white wine glass.