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Costa Rica’s New floating restaurant on Isla Venado

“Proyecto Camarón,” (shrimp project) on Venado Island, in the Gulf of Nicoya, is a floating restaurant that promises a unique experience for all visitors....

Guaro: A Local Costa Rica Drink You Should Try

Anyone who has read my haphazard musings can probably discern, in the shadows of my current incarnation as an “oh, maybe just one glass...

Delizia: The Art of Fine Wine in Costa Rica

Delizia is a family owned business, located in Escazú, San José, that sells and distributes the finest wines from the US. It is the...

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s the chemistry that makes your beer taste good (or bad)

In a recent study, researchers found that more layers of foam on top of a liquid make it less likely to spill. So going with some hearty traditional beer may be good for more than just your holiday spirit. It could keep your clothes dry, too, as you get tipsier.

6 Tropical Foods in Costa Rica you thought you knew

Here are six tropical foods and spices that grow in Costa Rica that you definitely know but probably have never seen au naturel.

Tamales in Costa Rica – A Christmas Tradition

Tamales go deep in Costa Rican culture and they are one of the most accessible ways to tap into your inner Tico, especially during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

5 Surprising Facts About the Science of Coffee

Coffee continues to be getting more popular by the day and I have some incredible facts about it that you might not have heard...

Add some Costa Rican love to your Thanksgiving Table

How would one serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal with a few Costa Rican twists? Tico Times columnist and culture editor Katherine Stanley and her husband, chef Adrián Obando, explore a few possibilities.

Giving the traditional drink of Costa Rica, guaro, a second sip

At a time when a booming craft beer scene has made Costa Rica a regional leader in artisanal brewing, is guaro poised to be Tiquicia’s next big drink trend?

Coffee cupping in Costa Rica: This is how it’s done

Ever wondered how the experts know good coffee when they taste it? Experts use a process called cupping to find the best beans.
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