Mojitos outside of summer? Without hesitation. But only if they’re concocted with dark rum and sage, rosemary, and thyme to lend this classic cocktail a decidedly warming feel.
Beans and rice is a staple dish in many cultures. But it’s something sorta special in Cuba. Words can’t quite do it justice, actually.
This Havana-style black bean soup is gonna surprise you with just how intensely flavored it is despite calling for inexpensive everyday ingredients.
This Latin American cocktail, Brazil’s national drink, packs quite the wallop but in a smooth, refined sorta way. Taste at your own risk.
You may not be able to travel to Cuba. But you can certainly still experience a little flair of its traditional cocktail scene.
Cuba Libre. Essentially a rum and Coke with a twist of lime. But cocktails are always so much more intoxicating when they come with a fancy-sounding name, don’t you agree?