toro de lidia

toro de lidia

[Span.] fighting bull breed of beef cattle.
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6) These include "Alguns toureiros," "Dialogo," "El toro de lidia," "Touro andaluz," "A praca de touros de Sevilha," "A morte de 'Gallito'" and "A imaginacao perigosa," as well as poems dedicated to various individual matadors, including Manolete.
12) In the later poem "El toro de lidia," Cabral describes the bull as it enters the ring as a raging, flooded river, with the potential to stampede over a man.
8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Famed Chefs Bruce and Eric Bromberg have incorporated Toro de Lidia Tequila as their tequila of choice into the menu of the acclaimed Blue Ribbon Restaurant chain.
According to Larry Richardson, a fine spirits consultant from Spec's Wine, Spirits & Finer Foods, "What separates Toro de Lidia from the rest of the pack is the way it is made.
Toro de Lidia is oxygenated, chilled to 4 degree centigrade then filtered through activated carbon filters before bottling, which makes it the smoothest tequila in the world.
2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Ribbon Restaurants introduced Toro de Lidia Tequila as part of the menu offerings at the new Austin Blue Ribbon Restaurant in the Renaissance Hotel.
Toro de Lidia is a fine Tequila that is produced with 100% of the finest selection of Blue Agave, using spring water to ferment and is aged in white oak barrels.