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La Pasita

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La Pasita

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Puebla and Cholula Full-Day Tour from Mexico City
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Puebla and Cholula Full-Day Tour from Mexico City

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Avoid the stress of driving outside Mexico City on your own on this full-day tour of historic Puebla and Cholula. Enjoy tailored walking tours with a guide, who points out landmarks you may not recognize on your own. With time left to explore at your own pace, sit down for lunch and purchase souvenirs at a local craft market (own expense).
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Mariela J wrote a review Mar 2020
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Was there on March 15th, 2020, my honeymoon trip with CR friends, when I asked: how do I drink this shot? Totally humilliated by a guy with many face plastic surgeries, totally uncalled for, NEVER visit this place, avoid it at all cost! They will ruin your mood.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Alastair G wrote a review Mar 2020
Servion, Switzerland23 contributions2 helpful votes
If you're in puebla, then a visit to La Pasita for a Pasita is pretty much a must do. Worth a little of your time, especially to see the incredible eclectic decoration inside. Have a Pasita and why not try at least one other drink too, but remember they're meant to be sipped and enjoyed, not just knocked back as a shot!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LazyRose wrote a review Apr 2019
Alberta, Canada1,681 contributions434 helpful votes
We did a food walking tour while in Puebla, but we did walk by this place (it was closed) and our guide recommended it for a unique experience. She said it's just this old man who runs it and makes the pasita, and he keeps whatever hours he feels like keeping. So if you see it open, you should visit, don't wait to come back tomorrow or later, if possible. You might not see it open again. The pasita (raisin) liquer is delicious, especially if you like sweet liquers or sweet sherry. There's a bit of manchego (I think?) cheese in the bottom that gives it a nice flavor at the end. We also tried the sangre de brujas, and that was good too. We brought home a bottle of pasita as a souvenir and it's fun to let guests try it with a bit of cheese in it when they come visit. There are different flavors of pasita, but the owner recommended the original to bring home.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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heyjudithz wrote a review Mar 2019
Knoxville, Tennessee1,502 contributions422 helpful votes
I would have never known this place existed if our guide didn't suggest it. We had just shopped at the antique/flea market and were wandering around Puebla. This place was hopping, but we made our way to the bar to order the raisin liqueur, which was delicious! Just the right amount to sip, and a surprise awaits you in the bottom of the glass in the form of a cube of goat cheese. I bet there are some digestive benefits to this combination, but I didn't think to ask until we were already gone. I highly recommend this little snapshot of Puebla, one of the most intriguing of Mexican towns.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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travfirst wrote a review Jan 2019
Basking Ridge, New Jersey943 contributions127 helpful votes
Cute little bar located around the corner of Alley of the Frogs. Stop by to try a shot of local pasita, or some other liquor.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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