This photo of lechona forms part of a photo series called Flavor Fridays. Each week, one dish is featured that the Flavors of Bogota team has given their seal of approval.
Since I moved to Colombia I’ve heard over and over again that Colombian coffee is the best. Continue reading Is Colombian Coffee Really Better?
People had been telling me about a fantastic place for a coffee in Medellin, so it’s not surprising that on my last visit to the city I headed right over to check out the café.
This photo forms part of a photo series called Flavor Fridays. Each week, we feature one dish that the Flavors of Bogota team has given its seal of approval.
Over the past two years Flavors of Bogota has grown at a rapid pace, and it was finally time to make the move to a self-hosted site. Now that we finished that process, we wanted to take a moment to thank you for your patience.
100% Colombian coffee – that expression is known around the world. Coffee has been one of Colombia’s most steady exports for decades.
It is any different to taste a cup of coffee in Colombia?
It’s a search that has been going on for years. Back in 2010 Tyler Youngblood and Jayson Galvis were driving through South American on a road trip. They arrived in Colombia, and they fell in love.
But not with a girl.
They fell in love with Colombian coffee.
If you’re American, you might agree with me that there is nothing like a good American whiskey to remind you of home when you’re far away.
I visited Medellin not long ago, and a friend of mine from over at GringoEng spoke glowingly about a place to get the best pizzas in the city, made in a wood fired oven, and I knew I had to try them for myself. In fact, not an hour after she told me about them we were on our way to find Zorba Café.