Adventures in Beer (Part 2): Artisanal Cervezas

If you´ve read my previous beer adventures in Peru, you’ll know that there are a few home-grown specialties that come in varying degrees of tastiness. However beyond the Peruvian institution that is Cuzqueña, you can find some more specialized beers in the city to shake up your taste buds somewhat. Read more..

Adventures in Beer (Part 1): Peruvian Cervezas

When in Peru, drink as the Peruvians? Absolutely. But no, I’m not talking about Pisco this time, but Peru’s very own, home-grown, range of cervezas. That’s beer, to you and me. Read more..

Ever tried a Frog Cocktail?

Anyone who has been to France is probably familiar with the idea of eating frogs legs. I have, they’re pretty tasty in fact. But frog juice? Not so common! Read more..

Beans to Bar: An Afternoon at Chocomuseo

There’s not much in this world that’s better than chocolate. The taste, the smell, the melty texture…right now I want some (and I’ve only just had my morning coffee). But how many of us actually know the story behind chocolate, where it comes from, how it’s made, or why it takes the form of a bar today as it does? Read more..

May 092016
Pisco for One?

When travelling in Peru one thing that you will always notice is the friendliness and warm hospitality of the people. That, and that they know how to have a good fiesta! Peruvians love to dance and have fun, and that includes the odd drink or five. Yet even drinking becomes an activity between friends here, so rather than ordering your own beer as in Europe or America, people will share the same bottle and sometimes the same cup, making drinking a really social activity. Read more..

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