Agraz is a Spanish term which means sour grapes, grapes that are not yet ripe or verjuice, sour grape juice. It is also referring to a North African sorbet made from almonds, verjuice, and sugar which has an acidic flavor and goes well with kirsch.
Agraz is also known as calderilla, a Spanish term for alpine currant

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