Drinks

Atol Colombiano (Colombian Corn Drink)

3 comments October 31, 2014
Atol Colombiano (Colombian Corn Drink) |mycolombianrecipes.com

Atol is a traditional hot drink from the Llanos region of Colombia. This region is one of the world’s richest tropical grasslands and stretches between Colombia and Venezuela in northern South America. There are many variations of this drink in Latin America, which is also known as atole, in some countries. It can be made […]

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Mistela de Café (Coffee Liqueur)

11 comments August 24, 2014
Mistela de Café (Coffee Liqueur)

Mistela is a traditional Colombian drink made with Aguardiente, (a Colombian alcoholic drink), syrup, herbs, spices, fruit or coffee. It’s very easy to make, you just need a little patience. There many variations of Mistela in Colombia depending on the region. Some of them are, Mistela de Mora (flavored with berries), Mistela de Mejorana (marjoram), […]

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Limonada de Sandía (Watermelon Limeade)

6 comments July 28, 2014
Limonada de Sandía (Watermelon Limeade)

One of the most refreshing ways to enjoy fresh fruit for me is by drinking a limonada de fruta, a fruit drink made with different types of fresh fruit, water, lime juice and sugar. Every stand at the beach on the Atlantic coast of Colombia serves large jars of fresh limeades. But you don’t have […]

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Limonada de Piña (Pineapple Limeade)

8 comments June 23, 2014
Limonada de Piña (Pineapple Limeade)

The warm weather is finally here, and a cool, refreshing drink is always appreciated. In Colombia, fresh fruit drinks are very popular and always in season, as fruit is abundant anytime of the year. Variations of one of my favorite drinks, limonada (limeade), are served all over the country. The best places to sample these […]

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Colada de Piña (Pineapple and Corn Colombian drink)

4 comments June 4, 2014
Colada de Piña (Pineapple and Corn Colombian drink)

We are finally experiencing some warm weather here in the Northeast. It felt like winter would never end this year! So, in the Summer spirit, if you are looking for a wonderfully different drink to enjoy this Summer, I have a recipe for you. Colada de Piña is a drink made from dried corn, pineapple, […]

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Champús (Lulo, Pinneaple and Corn Drink)

12 comments May 3, 2014
Champús (Lulo, Pinneaple and Corn Drink)

This is a traditional cold drink from the department of El Valle del Cauca, located in the pacific region of Colombia. Champús is a very refreshing drink served with a lot of ice, made with dried corn, pineapple, panela, mashed lulo, cinnamon, cloves and orange tree leaves. I didn’t find the orange tree leaves, so […]

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Peto Costeño (Dried Corn Drink)

3 comments April 16, 2014
Peto Costeño (Dried Corn Drink)

El Peto Costeño is a traditional drink made with dried white corn from the Atlantic coast of Colombia. The recipe is very similar to Mazamorra Antioqueña. This drink is traditionally made by cooking dried corn with water, milk, cinnamon and panela or sugar, to make it taste sweeter. However, while visiting Cartagena a long time […]

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