After an enjoyable morning visiting the Bodega El Catador, learning all about the production of Peruvian pisco, we had a delicious lunch of Iqueñean food at La Casa del Catador, the adjoining restaurant.
Pisco is the flagship alcohol of Peru. Wine is made here, but when you think of Peru, you think Pisco. Have you ever considered how Pisco is actually made? After 10 years here, I finally learned at Bodega El Catador in Ica, Peru.
Practically on the heels of Mistura 2013, the doors opened for the Expo Cafe Peru 2013, a sort of Mistura of coffee. The weekend was a wonderful gathering of growers and brewers alike.
Mistura 2013 was an incredible gathering of over half a million people in just 10 days celebrating Peruvian food along the coastline of Lima, Peru.
The food in Lima really is a mixture of many different regions throughout the country. The World of Limeñan Food at Mistura is in some respects a melting pot of flavors.
Ending Mistura on a sweet note means a trip through the World of Chocolate at Mistura. A variety of creative chocolate makers gathered to share their sweet treats.
Mistura is full of so many different kinds of foods, but people are always drawn to the delicious smells, the incredible, visible preparations and tastes that cannot be matched in the World of Roasting at Mistura.
The Southern region of Peru has a unique cuisine that is full of flavor, spice and history. In the World of Southern Cuisine at Mistura, you will get the chance to try many of the most popular dishes from that area. Don’t miss out!
During a long, sunny day at Mistura, you are sure to be ready for a refreshing drink. What better refreshment than trying one of the Peruvian cocktails in the World of Bars and Drinks at Mistura?
Andean food is something that personally is not my favorite, but these creative dishes from the World of the Andes at Mistura sure are tempting.