You can try cocoa according to the recipe of the Mayan Indians at Rosa Khutor in Sochi

You can try cocoa according to the recipe of the Mayan Indians at Rosa Khutor in Sochi

Beans from around the world are used here to make cocoa - India, Honduras, Tanzania, Madagascar, Colombia and Cuba. Each type gives the drink a unique taste. So beans from Honduras give a hint of smoked fruit with notes of figs and prunes, from India - a floral-fruity aroma, and from Colombia they have a balanced taste with nutty-fruity accents and are great for lovers of the classics.

The preparation of a favorite drink by many requires compliance with certain rules. So for one cup you need strictly 42 grams of cocoa. Milk is added to it, to choose from - traditional, almond, or coconut.

“Salt and pepper are used to make cocoa according to the Mayan recipe. But sugar is not at all necessary, ”said the cocoa master Marina Obinyakina.

By the way, guests of the cocoa shop can not only taste the drink, but also become real chocolatiers. To do this, special master classes in the preparation of chocolate are organized here.

In addition to the cocoa shop, FoodStreet has several corners with Pan-Asian, Oriental, European and Italian cuisines. There are tastings and culinary master classes. For example, you can learn how to make pizza, master the art of making lagman or the Japanese mochi dessert, and understand how to choose and open oysters. “An unusual waiter, a robot named “Kitty”, helps guests to bring drinks or clear the table from the table. This name was given to him by visitors because of his sharp ears. A funny creature moves around the hall and communicates with visitors,” said FoodStreet.
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