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March 5, 2020
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Mistela
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The dishes are not the only stars of Colombian cuisine, in Colombia, you can enjoy several traditional drinks that mark the culture of one of the regions. There are many known beverages like panela water, oats drink and even guarapo(sugar cane juice) Today we travel to the liquor aisle to share with you the famous mistela.

Although it does contain alcohol it is enjoyed at any time of the day, also considered as a welcome drink and to receive visitors, however, it is inevitable in social gatherings and popular parties.




It is a traditional combination of brandy, syrup, spices, fruits, herbs or coffee, its process is simple and therefore you can adapt it to your liking. You have options a many including blackberry, orange, marjoram, coffee and tangerine mistela, it is innovated every day.

The mistela is enjoyed in several regions of Colombia such as Tolima, Caldas, and Huila, in fact, in San Juan (Huila) it is tradition to enjoy it accompanied along with sponge cake. The famous drink of the Andes is sweet and delicious, an everyday drink and ideal for cocktails.
 
Source: Diana Ramírez R. 

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