Around the world, people love chocolate. Proof of that is seen in countries such as England, Switzerland, and Germany, where the average resident consumes an average of 11 kilos of this sweet tropical treat every year.
And although Africa produces the largest amounts of cocoa in the world, Colombia is known for producing the type of cocoa recognized as having the highest quality.
Ever feel confused about what wine to buy in Colombia? Ever stand in the wine store or supermarket and say to yourself, “Argentina, Chile, Spain … hey, where are all the wines I know?”
If so, you’re not alone. All of us expats have had confusing moments in the wine section in Colombia.
Thankfully, there’s a wine guide to get us through it
It’s on a quiet corner of a quiet street of Quinta Camacho, just east of Carrera 10. I’ve always loved all those English style houses in the area, with ivy covering the trees along the streets. But I wasn’t paying attention. I was looking for a restaurant – beware of a woman with an empty stomach – and was searching for a sign that said Mordida Bistro. It’s a new place in the heart of Bogota’s best and brightest restaurant district…