How to Drink Beer Like a Local in Peru

They say the way to a country’s soul and culture is through its food customs, but many will agree that to truly understand a country and its culture, you need to immerse yourself in its drinking culture. If you love your beer more than other alcoholic drinks, you should be heading straight towards Peru because beer is just as popular as Pisco, the drink most commonly associated with Peru. Read more..

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Slurp on Peru’s Own Cocktail, Algarrobina

One of the most famous cocktails in Peruvian cuisines is Algarrobina. Algarrobina cocktail is a typical city drink with a sweet and soft flavor always served cold and frothy to enjoy its creamy texture. The chief ingredient used is preparing Algarrobina is carob syrup. Many Latin American countries use carob syrup to prepare delightful cocktails. Read more..

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Chocolate Booze: Let the Search Begin!

For many people, when they’re having a bit of a stressful day, what do they reach for as a comfort? For some, it’s sweet treats like chocolate. For others, it might be a glass of wine or pisco (if you’re in Peru). But did you know that both these popular things, chocolate and alcohol, actually come from the same Cacao fruit? Read more..

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