Best Colombian Drinks: Best 23 Colombian Beverages And Non-Alcoholic Drinks In Colombia
We will write about Colombian drinks and our favorite drinks in Colombia. The best 23 Colombian beverages.
There are also non-alcoholic Colombian drinks like coffee that are a must to try in Colombia. Also our favorite beers in Colombia. Click here to book online tours in Bogota and Medellin Day Tours
Apart from what to drink in Colombia the prices on average coffee can cost $2 USD, a beer and wine $2-3 USD and for drinks like cocktails expect to pay around $4-5 USD depending how fancy is the bar and the restaurant in Colombia.
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Colombian Drinks: Best 23 Colombian Beverages And Non Alcoholic Drinks In Colombia
1. Aguardiente Colombia
Aguardiente Colombia is the most popular in the list of drinks in Colombia. You will see people having Aguardiente at home and when partying in the streets. You can drink Aguardiente in a shot or you can mix with juice too.
2. Colombian Rum
Colombian Rum is also local favorite for Colombian beverages. The most popular Colombian rums are Ron Viejo de Caldas and Dictador. You will see also other International rum brands in Colombia. You can have rum mixed with coke.
Beers in Colombia
3. Aguila Beer
Aguila Beer is the most popular in the lsit of beers in Colombia. You will find in the supermarkets, bars and restaurants. It tastes good and when partying you will see people offering packs and boxes to buy.
4. Poker Beer
Poker Beer is the second most popular of the beers in Colombia. Poker and Aguila are easy to find in the supermarkets and most of the cities in Colombia.
5. Club Colombia Beer
Club Colombia Beer is my favorite beer in Colombia with a strong taste. You will find in bars and supermarket a little bit more expensive than Aguila and Poker. There are 3 kinds of Club Colombia red, lager and black.
6. Costeña Beer
Costeña Beer is a popular beer in the North of Colombia and it’s a great one. You will find also in other part of the country but mostly in the North.
7. Pilsen Beer
Pilsen Beer is a popular beer in South America but it’s not so popular in Colombia like the others. Pilsen is my second favorite after Club Colombia.
8. Refajo Colombia
Refajo Colombia is a mixed of beer a Colombiana (Colombian Soda). Refajo is popular in Colombia when having lunch in a local home mixing in big jars.
Chicha is a homemade fermented or non-fermented derived from grains, maize or fruit. Be careful guys when drinking chicha in Colombia because is so sweet. And after a few of them maybe you will get drunk.
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NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN COLOMBIA
10. FRUIT JUICES IN COLOMBIA
You must try fruit juices in Colombia. You will find them everywhere as street food. Prices are around $1-2 USD for a small glass depending on the flavors. Lulo with citrus flavor, Guanabana creamy flavor and one of the most popular. Tomate de Arbol means tomato tree and more options. Just try all of them and choose your favorite one!
Coconut water is a must to try in Colombia. You will see street vendors at the beach passing by with coconut water and when you under the sun is so refreshing plus so healthy.
12. COLOMBIAN COFFEE
Colombian Coffee is the most popular in the world. You will find many places to visit around Coffee’s Region in Colombia not far from Medellin. The taste is amazing and we recommend you to visit a farm where you will learn about how they pick their coffee where is exported and of course you will try!
13. Avena Colombiana
Avena Colombiana is my favorite of the non alcoholic drinks in Colombia. Avena Colombiana is made of milk, water, sugar and cinnamon. I love to have avena for breakfast or before lunch. So delicious and healthy. Prices are around $2 USD.
Lulada is a traditional drink in Colombia in Cali. Lulada is made from the fruit lulo and mixed with lemon juice, ice and sugar. You can mixed with alcohol liquor and also you can add condense milk if you have sweet tooth.
15. HOT CHOCOLATE
Hot Chocolate is the most popular of the drinks in Colombia (non alcoholic). What to drink in Colombia for breakfast? You can have hot chocolate anytime with the arepas.
16. RASPADO OR CHOLADO
Raspado also called Cholado are snow cones is a perfect refreshment in a tropical country like Colombia. Cholado is a street food in Colombia served in a glass with shave ice, fruits with syrup and condensed milk. Prices is around $3 USD.
17. BATIDOS (SMOOTHIES)
Batidos (Smoothies) is a drink made with the seasonal fruit mixed with powder milk. Smoothies are made with milk instead of water. Choose your favorite seasonal fruit like mango, banana and papaya. All of them are delicious and prices are around $2-3 USD.
Colombiana is one of the most popular sodas to try in Colombia. You can drink alone cold with ice and you can mixed with beer. There are a few sodas like Postobon with different flavors in Colombia. Sodas aren’t my favorite but if you are traveling with kids in Colombia they will love to taste.
19. Limonada de Coco
Limonada de Coco is the most refreshing drink in Colombia. Limonada de coco is made of coconut milk, sugar, lemon juice and coconut. Limonada de coco is served in a big jar with ice.
20. Aguapanela Or Canelazo
Aguapanela or Canelazo is a hot drink. Aguapanela or canelazo is made of water with sugar cane, cinnamon, lime juice, cloves and you can add aguardiente (optional to do it).
21. Masato de Arroz
Masato de Arroz is a non alcoholic drink in Colombia or could be alcoholic. Masato de arroz is made of rice, corn and pineapple. Masato de arroz is used in off the beaten path areas and also in neighbor countries like Peru in South America.
22. Kumis Colombia
Kumis Colombia is kind of milk and yoghurt made for South America with different flavor than the Kumis that I tried in Central Asia. You can find kumis in the supermarket and it’s so delicious.
Mazamorra is a traditional drink in Colombia from Antioquia Region. Mazamorra is made of corn and milk and you can have any time of the day. Mazamorra is so refreshing!
Hope you liked our Colombian drinks blog post. Let us know if we missed any drinks in Colombia and which one is your favorite one in the list of Colombian beverages.
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