Consider this list of traditional Colombian drinks, both alcoholic and not, to be a thirst and curiousity inpiring pre-trip intro Spanish vocab lesson.
Aguardiente is Colombia’s liquorice-flavored national liquor. Here are nine surprising facts about it that manufacturers tend to keep bottled up.
Is there really a best aguardiente, Colombia’s national firewater? Or is it all equally good (or horrible). We did a blind taste test to find out.
What’s the difference between all these Colombian cheeses like cuajada, quesito, and campesino? To find the answers, we bought them 18 different types. Then a dozen of us sacrificed our stomachs to blind taste test them. Here’s what we discovered are the best Colombian cheeses.
I’m on a hunt for the best menu del dia in Medellin. Menu del dias are affordable lunch menus including soup, a main course, a drink, and sometimes a dessert. Vegetarian, vegan, typical Colombian, and international, I’m trying as many as I can. Here’s what I’ve found so far, with ratings and photos.
Pergamino? Velvet? Urbania? Juan Valdez? …. Starbucks??? A professional blind taste test reveals a surprise winner of the best coffee in Medellin.