Cusco
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  • Chocolate Workshop: from Bean to Bar

    1. Chocolate Workshop: from Bean to Bar

    Learn how to make your very own chocolate during this interactive tour of the chocolate workshop and museum. Learn of the chocolate making process from bean to bar and everything in-between. Understand the history behind the famous cacao beans, and why Cusco makes some of the finest chocolate around the world. Learn how to make chocolate from the professional guides, and then enjoy making your own in no time! When you make your chocolate, you will learn of the 4 processes involved which includes: roasting the cacao beans, removing cacao husk, grinding the cacao nibs on a metate with a mano (the same way the Aztecs did), and refining the cacao paste in a melangeur. You will create delicious hot chocolates and your own chocolate bar, with your choice of ingredients. You can take home all of your handmade chocolates unless, of course, you have already eaten them!

    A really fun and educational two hours spent with an excellent tutor. We were given an informative briefing on the Cocoa plant and the process to get to a fermented and roasted bean. We then made chocolate drinks and finally some chocolates to take home (1hr later once chilled). Really fun, interesting and very very tasty way to spend two hours, highly recommended.

  • Best of Cusco: Night Tour, Pisco Sour Lessons, and Dinner

    2. Best of Cusco: Night Tour, Pisco Sour Lessons, and Dinner

    Explore Cusco City at night visiting the most beautiful and famous streets, neighborhoods, plazas, and finish at a local restaurant where you will have a Pisco Sour and a local food tasting. This is a unique oportunity to experience the best of the city and try to inmerse yourself in the city's life at night. Your tour guide will take you along to the most stunning viewpoints at night and explain to you every street, every plaza and neighbourhood that you visit. Visit the Cathedral of Cusco City, Hatun Rumiyuq Street, and the San Blas neighborhood - home to artisans, workshops and craft shops. After all this, you will visit a local bar to taste the best Peruvian Cocktail - Pisco Sour. After enjoying the refreshing Pisco Sour you will visit a local traditional restaurant where you can taste typical Peruvian food.

    Jose Luis was an amazing guide. He was very knowledgeable and very helpful. He was a pleasure to talk to about everything including politics in Peru. The pisco tasting was so much fun. And to get to make my own pisco sour drink made me appreciate the hard work of the bartenders.

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What people are saying about Cusco

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Excellent intro to Cusco

We did this our first night in Cusco and our guide was Jose. He was amazing! He took us to the Pisco Museum where we got to go behind the bar and made our own Pisco Sours. Jose is so knowledgable about Cusco and the history of the Inka civilization. He was so gracious and he offered us advice on the rest of our trip including our trek to Machu Picchu. If you go to Cusco you should definitely take a tour with Jose you will learn and see a lot of this amazing city. We would definitely go back and do another excursion with Jose and this company.

A really fun and educational two hours spent with an excellent tutor. We were given an informative briefing on the Cocoa plant and the process to get to a fermented and roasted bean. We then made chocolate drinks and finally some chocolates to take home (1hr later once chilled). Really fun, interesting and very very tasty way to spend two hours, highly recommended.

Jose Luis was an amazing guide. He was very knowledgeable and very helpful. He was a pleasure to talk to about everything including politics in Peru. The pisco tasting was so much fun. And to get to make my own pisco sour drink made me appreciate the hard work of the bartenders.

Must do in Cuzco!

This was absolutely amazing - so much fun and the chocolate was delicious.

Great guide, nice trip and lesson how to make pisco sour