|A diversity of tropical fruits (from Uncover Colombia)|
Pears and apples made an appearance with street vendors (perhaps a holiday treat?)
Fresh juices in Colombia were always available (from breakfast to dinner), whether at a restaurant or on the street. Hubby loved them. They're not sweet, at all.
They're simply fruit pulp (of whatever sort), blended with water or milk (with ice, at times), to make a refreshing drink. Nothing like our fruit drinks or smoothies at home in North America, as they're not sweetened. Remarkably, frozen fruit pulp (mango, maracuya, and guavabuana) has made it to the frozen fruit section in one of our local supermarkets (catering to Latin American tastes). It'll be fun to try them!