Must-Try Traditional Colombian Foods

This is how you can locate it in the streets .Basically rice and pork.

TODAY COLOMBIA by bogotastic ·When I travel, more than sightseeing, I love to eat. Eating the national dishes of the country when traveling tell me much more about its people and its culture then a work of art in a museum. It’s a sensorial journey that involves all the senses. How could you resist? Although some foreigners claim to love a few of More...

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By Rico On Friday, November 8th, 2013

Starbucks To Invade Colombia

(International Business Times) Two years ago, before I moved to the States, this sort of a question would have baffled me and left me speechless. Now that I have become Americanized by way of the Starbucks franchise, More...

By Rico On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Coca-Cola introduces bottle made of ice in Colombia

The ice bottle comes wrapped with a red rubber band as a barrier to the cold. Coca-Cola has the cure for a summer meltdown — a new bottle made entirely of ice. The ice-cold soda container is shaped just like More...

By Rico On Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Top 5: Colombian Drinks (Not Aguardiente).

By now, if you’ve been following us, you must realize the enigma that is Colombia’s indisputable Number One Liquor leaves us with ambiguous feelings, to say the very least. Let’s leave the fire-water conundrum More...

By Rico On Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

National margarita day

While you’re frying up some eggs and bacon, we’re cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today’s food holiday. We’re wasting away again on National Margarita Day. Margaritas are simple More...

By Rico On Monday, January 14th, 2013

Ajiaco, Colombian Potato Soup

Ajiaco is a Colombian potato soup with distinct regional recipes. Ajiaco santafereño is named after Santa Fé de Bogotá (the former name of Bogotá) capital of Colombia, where it is a cultural mainstay. It typically More...

By Rico On Thursday, December 13th, 2012

Colombian Popular Dishes

This isn’t gourmet cuisine. This is a more is more philosophy of food. Colombian food is hearty; make no mistake about it. Typical Colombian cuisine contains a great deal of meat, along with rice, sometimes beans More...

By Rico On Monday, December 10th, 2012

Latin America Hopes for Scotch Whisky

The European Parliament is expected to approve a new free trade agreement which could boost Scotch whisky exports to Colombia and Peru. MEPs are voting on plans to remove tariffs on most EU-produced spirits exported More...

By Rico On Monday, November 12th, 2012

Bakkos For The Best Pizza In Cali!

Enjoy at Bakko’s a great pizza with a spectacular crispy dough and the best selected ingredients to give you a Symphony of sensations. Enjoy either with a natural drink such as juice or lemonade, traditional More...

Picture of one of the 100,000 bottles designed by renowned Colombian artist Fernando Botero
By Rico On Saturday, November 10th, 2012

Renowned Columbian artist turns his talents to designing liquor bottles, labels

RENOWNED Colombian artist Fernando Botero has turned his talents to liquor, designing a bottle and label for an aged rum, with 80% of the proceeds pledged to Medellin’s museums. Fabrica de Licores de Atioquia More...