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Puerto Rico’s Unofficial National Dish


Across all of Puerto Rico, between its many cities and towns, it’s a given that someone, somewhere, is frying up some mofongo for their next meal. It’s the unofficial national specialty of Puerto Rico, and travelers joining us on our Classic Old San Juan Food Tour will always remark about how unique and exciting this [...]

Puerto Rico’s Unofficial National Dish2023-01-18T00:17:54+00:00

A Glimpse Into Our El Morro Tour


There’s simply no doubt about what feature of Old San Juan is the most striking. Among the litany of historic homes, centuries-old cobblestone streets, and other aspects of history brought to life, Castillo San Felipe del Morro is one site that towers above all the rest. If you’re looking for an exciting way to explore [...]

A Glimpse Into Our El Morro Tour2023-01-18T00:23:06+00:00

The Magic of Sofrito


Sofrito lies at the heart of so many Puerto Rican recipes.  Sofrito is a beautifully colorful aromatic menagerie of finely chopped and blended fried peppers, onions, garlic, cilantro, and spices. The sauce adds a powerful and balanced punch of fresh ingredients to nearly any dish. Whether added to meats, grains, or soups, sofrito brings an [...]

The Magic of Sofrito2022-12-06T21:10:00+00:00

Puerto Rico’s capital is ready to welcome visitors again


Originally featured HERE By Chris Bunting  Like all members of the Greater Antilles squad these days, Puerto Rico has suffered a few hiccups: a crippled economy, a post-hurricane mop-up still in progress and riots in the streets over allegations of high-level government corruption and ex-Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s not-so-woke chats. But on the bright side, its bangin’ [...]

Puerto Rico’s capital is ready to welcome visitors again2020-08-14T17:52:57+00:00

Off the eaten track in San Juan


Enjoy "Off the eaten track in San Juan," originally published in Lonely Planet by Flavors Food Tours CEO, Leslie Padro Wiggins. A foodie trip to Puerto Rico might evoke images of traditional island fare: red beans and white rice, lechón – a roasted suckling pig – or even the island’s ubiquitous signature dish mofongo, made [...]

Off the eaten track in San Juan2020-07-15T16:07:24+00:00

COVID-19 Safety Updates


Relax, you can enjoy Old San Juan and its delicious culinary offerings in safety with Flavors Food Tours in San Juan. To ensure the safety of our Flavors guests, our guide team and vendor partners are taking the following precautions, as required by the Puerto Rican government:  *Guests and guides must have [...]

COVID-19 Safety Updates2023-01-17T18:52:39+00:00

Mother’s Day is coming? Don’t worry, Flavors got you covered!


Mother’s Day is just around the corner and of course, we all want to find that perfect gift for the most important woman in our lives. With that perfect gift, nothing goes better than a perfect meal. Here we have plenty of options that would be the ideal complement to a flawless Mother’s Day. Puerto Rico [...]

Mother’s Day is coming? Don’t worry, Flavors got you covered!2020-03-25T21:12:15+00:00

Puerto Rican Sofrito Recipe!


Puerto Rican Sofrito Recipe! Many people ask "What do you put in the beans that taste so good?" The main ingredient is SOFRITO! This recipe has been passed down from generation to generation and it remains as an iconic element to Puertorrican cuisine. You can use it to cook beans, rices, meat, chicken, and fish. Sofrito [...]

Puerto Rican Sofrito Recipe!2023-01-17T18:53:24+00:00

Forbes Covers Flavors Food Tours


Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours was thrilled to be covered by Forbes as part of the recovery efforts following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Read below:DEC 6, 2017 @ 12:37 PMThe Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets How This Food Tour Startup Is Revitalizing Puerto Rico's Tourism Industry The month of September represented [...]

Forbes Covers Flavors Food Tours2020-04-12T02:38:57+00:00
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