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I will upload here pictures of the place I live here in Madre de Dios(God's Mother), Perú
The macaws are part of the Tambopata Macaw Project, which is the leading macaw conservation research in the world.
If you have any question, or like any picture in particular, just tell me. I will be keep updating this post
[ Edited by: LaraColada 2019-12-08 14:44 ]
Very cool!! The birds are beautiful and that bar looks very inviting indeed.
Yes more pictures, also curious, what is the most popular drink at your bar.
Pisco Sour without a doubt, but among the amazonian drinks is the Jaguar(cat's claw infusion that is a bark of the jungle, passion fruit, angostura, an ginger ale) and the Tambopata Paradise (Jamaican gold rum, starfruit, passion fruit, mint, spiced syrup and triple sec).
Also I practice new drinks with my guest, like today that I'm making my version of the hurricane with Jamaican gold rum, burnt caramel syrup, passion fruit syrup and lime juice. It's almost impossible to find Black or Dark rum around here
The Tambopata Paradise sounds delicious. So, I certainly wouldn't want you to reveal any secrets...but, If you wanted to post your recipe for the Tambopata Paradise ....I'm sure there are several people that would love to make it....and try it. Actually, I would really love to try it there....and enjoy the beautiful view you have someday :)
I had a little bit of time to look up on Google Maps.....so, the Rainforest Expedition Tours are right near the Airport.....and then your lodge and bar is either in the large Reserva Nacional Tambopata....or...Reserva Territorial Madre de Dios. Both of these looks like VERY large Reserves. It also looks like there are numerous other parks, reserves, etc in the area. It's great to see that so much space is being preserved for nature.
You welcome! I will be uploading every time I can. For me is a pleasure that this beautiful part of the world is known more and more.
The one near the airport is the welcoming office, where you get the the bus to the port, and get the boat to the lodges.
The pictures are amazing. I live in the desert so the green looks so inviting. The Tambopata Paradise cocktail loogs good to try. We get starfuits available from time to time but they are expensive, about $4-5 each. What is the "dash of anise"? Powdered anise or an anise syrup?
Here you can buy 2 lb for 1$
Aloha LaraColada :)
About a month ago they did a series on sustainable Rum Distilleries. One of the rums that day was Copalli. They are in Belize, and the rum is made from sugar cane on their land (of course), but, most importantly, all the water used in the production is Canopy Water !!! Their website is below.
It might be something you could find, or, make a contact with the rep, and could possibly get some samples sent....or....do a promo tasting.?? Thy have a lot of great info about their facility, and the sustainability of the project, and also how they are using the proceeds from the rum production to help keep the environment protected.
If you want, I can get the contact info for Forrest, who was the speaker for that Rum-Rhum Club session, who has a TON of information about Copalli, and might have some good contacts at Copalli.
That would be amaizing. I also have a friend that belong to the Belize Bartender Association. I can talk to him so they can have a partnership there too.
What is the brand of the Jamiacan Rum you use for the Tambopata Paradise? Appleton?
Like MadDogMike says, every once in a while I get Star Fruit available at the local market also. I would love to get everything ready for when they are available, and then make one...while looking at the picture of your bar :)
The pics are great. You got a great shot of the rainbow boa, to see the refraction of color on it's skin !! Very cool.
I went down to the city for a workshop, and I or time to go to the weekend market
When I go back to my bar, I'll make an ayrampo drink.
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