Faraday Bar is the light in the middle of dark Antarctic winters, the center of every celebration, release, and spell of homesickness for the rotating residents of the Vernadsky Research Base.
As production of the country’s popular skyr yogurt expands, can the disposal of a harmful byproduct be kept clean?
The monks who live and roast beans at the Roman Catholic Trappist monastery in the mountains above Mérida face shortages like anyone else in the country, but manage to navigate the lawless world of the dwindling coffee industry there.
Milk, brandy, baby formula, bull's eyes, raw eggs, and 21 other ingredients create Mérida’s token aphrodisiac energy smoothie known as levantón Andino. And people love it.
Inside the temple, the gnostic Shamanists had all their bases covered. Glittering posters of the Hindu deity Krishna hung next to paintings of Jesus Christ and drawings of creaturesque statues from a pre-Incan civilization. I took a sip of the yagé tea...
Small-batch artisanal Venezuelan craft breweries are on the rise and trying to meet demand for their illegal beers. Prohibition-era laws and black-market economics, be damned.