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Near the center of colonial Old Havana and the Havana’s Amphitheater a chance meeting happens, when the restaurant Café de los Artistas suddenly appears.
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Cristal is a light beer that has been for over 75 years, the favorite of consumers in Cuba.
La Créme de Vie or Cuban Egg Nog is another one of those homemade aperitifs commonly enjoyed during the Cuban holidays, especially Christmas and and New Year
Intense and sweet, Cuban coffee tastes like no other coffee.
Guarapo is fresh sugar cane juice. It has a very light flavor and is extremely refreshing on a hot day.
In a large glass pour 41/2 centilitres of Ron Blanco (white rum) Havana Club. Put some ice and coke and then squeeze juice from a green lime.
The Daiquiri, like the Mojito, can come in several variations of flavors, according to what is added to it.
The Mojito is thought to have originated way back in the 15th century, just as the trade routes to the Caribbean were being established.
Pour in a electric mixer a good quantity of mashed ice, 41/2 centilitres of Ron Blanco (Havana Club), 1/2 of green lime, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and a few drop
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In a cocktail mixer pour 41/2 centilitres of pineapple juice and then 41/2 centilitres of Ron Blanco (Havana Club).
In a cocktail mixer put 11/2 centilitre of a Dubonet wine, 41/2 centilitres of Ron Blanco (Havana Club).
Pour in high bottle glass 1/2 teaspoon of sugar 1/2 green lime. Stir well with 3 ice cubes, 41/2 centilitres of Ron Blanco (Havana Club).
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This recipe, Shredded Beef (Ropa Vieja) is a classic Cuban dish, and one of the most popular.
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This is the perfect recipe for those who love the flavors of a classic Cuban pork roast but are cooking in small quantities.
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