Sip on top quality ‘Geisha’ coffee as you wander the stunning Casco Viejo, or sample delicious organic chocolate from the Bocas del Toro islands in the shadows of Iglesia de la Merced. Coffee and chocolate are two of Panama’s most renowned products, and these tempting tastings are just the beginning of your Panama City walking tour to taste the delights of Panamanian cuisine in this beautiful and historic location.
With a head full of memories and a camera full of photos, we leave the historic sites and move on to tour a local microbrewery. Trying Panamanian beer is an extra tasty affair, and we will taste the top flavours on tap at this gorgeous locally run operation. The open nature of the brewery will also give us an insight into the care and effort that is required to create such crisp and unique beer flavour. Who knew that beer tasting could be such an educational experience?
The picturesque city seawall is the ideal place to taste Panama’s national dish, with the freshest ingredients found in the local seafood markets near the water’s edge. This delicious concoction of seafood, citrus and herbs is popular for a reason, and you will enjoy it in the beautiful and fresh sea air. From here, we finish our tour with a cocktail made from Panama’s oldest rum. This fine blend of new and old, much like the city itself, is a perfect way to end a truly enjoyable day, as the sun sets across this wonderfully enticing city.