Typical Spanish drink involving one part very cheap vino tinto (red wine) and one part Coca Cola, mixed together and consumed by Spanish teenagers. Very popular as a part of a botellón because of its indistinguishability from regular Coca Cola, its sweet taste, and its very low price.
"Look at those sixteen-year-olds drinking calimocha in the park. I can't believe they haven't gotten arrested yet."
by Behest March 16, 2009