There are not so many people who haven't heard about legendary Spanish dish gazpacho. It's made of tomatoes and it is served cold. Sevillanos are believed to be among the first people who added tomatoes and bell peppers to the ancient Roman soup of garlic, bread, olive oil, salt, and vinegar.
In Sevilla and Andalusia in general, gazpacho has a rich taste of olive oil and is of creamy orange colour, not as red as in other regions of Spain. It's often sold as a drink packaged as juice in supermarkets. This is a great refreshing food for the summer, served as a cold snack or starter.