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Visiting the planet’s most prolific coffee region

The world’s best cup of Joe is more likely named Jose, as it most likely comes from a country that is very near and dear to our hearts: Colombia. 1,380 more words


WSWA: Colombian aguardiente

MGB Corp.’s Ana Vincentelli talks about Colombia’s Aguardiente Antioqueño. For those not familiar with aguardiente, it’s the term (meaning “fiery water”) for a range of Central and South American spirits. 26 more words



The one thing we can say for sure is that the mojito comes from Cuba. What we can’t say for sure, is how it came to be. 641 more words


17 interesting facts about Colombia: Did you know…

  • that the country is spelled Colombia and not Columbia? Mind your pronunciation since Colombian people have a fine ear for details.
  • that Colombian people love 
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10 Traditional Colombian Drinks You Must Try During Your Colombian Travel Adventures...

Colombia is known for its delicious coffee and rum – but here’s a list of other top drinks in Colombia that you won’t find anywhere else. 462 more words

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Acacias and the inevitability of aguardiente

If there’s one thing I’ve learnt during my time in Colombia, it’s that sometimes aguardiente is simply unavoidable. Occasionally you can get away with excuses such as “I’ve got to be up early tomorrow” “I’m on medication and can’t drink” or by desperately shouting “NO.” However, aguardiente is more than just a drink (and Colombia’s national drink at that – which alone is enough to make people delight in forcing it upon helpless foreigners). 709 more words