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Tinta de Toro: the Spanish red that helped Columbus make waves

20 May 2023

9:00 AM

20 May 2023

9:00 AM

I am assured that this is not a legend. But a few years ago, an Irishman’s life was twice saved by a raging bull. The Irish fellow was running with the bulls at a town near Pamplona. He tripped and was virtually impaled. The bull’s horn went into one side of the chap’s stomach and out of the other.

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