Today we will enjoy a walking tour of the city in the morning before having a final time to explore Cusco’s cuisine and enjoy one more day of culinary tourism.
Option A: exploration of chocolate – You can choose from two chocolate making workshops. Either “The cacao bean to the chocolate bar” workshop or “Chocolate truffles and ganache”.
Option B: Peruvian cooking class – We head off the local market , where you can try various fruit such as chirimoya, lucuma, granadilla, aguaymanto, tumbo, pepinillo, etc. depending on the time of year and season. The menu tackled will always include traditional Peruvian ingredients which may or may not be prepared in a typical way and will be accompanied by a Pisco Sour. After all of your hard work, you will sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labour, the culmination of our Peru food tours.
In a final celebration, we will head to the Pisco Museum which has an entire bar selection of around two hundred bottles of different types of pisco! Their cocktail menu is a diverse and exciting journey through the different genres of Pisco and offers great liqueurs, spices, fruits and herbs to pair them with. The food menu is also has a rustic quality, with some great tapas/antipasti dishes like small portions of Alpaca beef or exquisite homemade sausage. The wine list also includes some great local Peruvian wines that match perfectly with their food menu. This is the ultimate end to a foodie vacation, and our Peru gourmet tours.
Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch (if cooking class is chosen)