An Accidental Masterpiece
Directly translated as ‘kisses of gold’, the drink serves up a luxurious taste and texture, bringing together two of Spain’s finest and most authentic ingredients, to leave that lingering feeling on your lips.
Why gold? It is said that when James I of Aragon came to the Kingdom of Valencia to help solidify relations before the impending Muslim invasion, he was approached in Alboraya, a small town near the modern capital city, by a young girl carrying a drink. She offered the King the drink, saying it was milk. After sipping it, he told the child, “Açò és or, xata!” which means “that’s gold, darling!”.
“Or xata” became orxata, or Horchata.
Whether or not this is the true history of the word, for locals, the drink is as precious as spun gold.
Who we are
We are a small team based in Nottingham. Our motto is simple — genuine people producing honest, feel-good drinks.
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