DISTILLERY & ROOTS AND FLOWERS ROUTE2019-10-22T18:03:53+02:00

DISTILLERY &
ROOTS AND FLOWERS ROUTE

ONLY $100 USD

HANDMADE DISTILLATES & MORE

Enjoy a first hand experience with the flavor of the roots and the edible flowers of our country. Indulge yourself with handmade distillates from our tropical fruits.

Terra Santa Group was born 9 years ago as a Graduation Project of Daniel Aristizabal. In the present, it is a reality thanks to the togetherness his family has cultivated. With his sister, they have kept the flame, love and creativity for nature of a whole team inspired by his great passion, the gastronomic world.

A world to which they contribute from the organic production and the vegetable kingdom investigation. They specialize in edible flowers with culinary uses from their country house, in the Paramo Sagrado of the Colombian Andes, a few minutes away from the Chingaza National Natural Park, mother and house of the water.

SCHEDULE

00:30 a.m.
Hotel departure

10:30 a.m.
Visit to the sprouts

12:00 p.m.
Lunch

14:00 p.m.
Departure to distillery

14:30 p.m.
Visit in distillery

14:30 p.m.
Return to Bogota

LOCATION

Weather: cold

Distance from Bogota: 1 hour 15 minutes

Guasca – Cundinamarca

INCLUDES

Transport

Visit to the crops

Lunch

Visit to distillery and liquor tasting

Guidance and accompaniment

SUGGESTIONS

Wear jacket for cold

Wear comfortable shoes

SCHEDULE

00:30 a.m.
Hotel departure

10:30 a.m.
Visit to the sprouts

12:00 p.m.
Lunch

14:00 p.m.
Departure to distillery

14:30 p.m.
Visit in distillery

14:30 p.m.
Return to Bogota

LOCATION

Weather: cold

Distance from Bogota: 1 hour 15 minutes

Guasca – Cundinamarca

INCLUDES

Transport

Visit to the crops

Lunch

Visit to distillery and liquor tasting

Guidance and accompaniment

SUGGESTIONS

Wear jacket for cold

Wear comfortable shoes

BOOKING  QUESTIONS

Edible flowers are native to all continents. There are approximately 250 species around the world, but the two species sold by Terra Santa are grown and collected in the country, used in different restaurants and hotels in the country to indulge diners with different proposals.

The initiative to market edible flowers emerged two years ago as a degree project on the subject, then became a company due to the interest and passion that Daniel Aristizabal feels for gastronomy and discovering new flavors in this discipline.

The species that Terra Santa produces are the Nasturtiums and the Pansies, the first ones have a flavor similar to the sweet pepper and its fragrance is very sweet as well; the other ones have a more herbal flavor, its texture is stronger and its aroma is very similar to the lavender.

Nasturtiums have a high content of vitamin C and essential oils that provide certain antibiotic properties and the Pansies have a large proportion of vitamin E and components that contribute to the respiratory system improvement.

These flowers production must have a rigorous biological control and comply with certain standards such as the use of organic pesticides to be suitable for human consumption, its storage temperature must be between 3 and 5 degrees Celsius.

Terrasanta’s flowers are very versatile and easily adapt to the proposals that the chef wants to make. Examples include: encapsulated in ice, crystallized in desserts, even as main ingredient of salads. Likewise these flowers can be applied to many gastronomic concepts the restaurants handle.

Abasto, Criterión, Leonor Espinosa, La Fontana Club, Donostia, Los Lagartos Club, Cosmos 100 Hotel, JW Marriott Hotel, are some of the establishments that have started using Terrasanta`s edible flowers to offer their diners innovative recipes.
With Terra Santa, Daniel Aristizábal offers challenges to the most creative chefs to break the routine and start using different ingredients, which allows them to surprise their customers with novelties in their restaurants.

Source: La Barra Magazine

Distillery: Country house El Paraiso Sidewalk San Jose 1, Guasca, Cundinamarca.

Roots and flowers: TERRASANTA is Guasca, Sidewalk Santa Ana, Country house La Santa.

Less than 2 hours from Bogota

Arrival

BOOKING  QUESTIONS

Edible flowers are native to all continents. There are approximately 250 species around the world, but the two species sold by Terra Santa are grown and collected in the country, used in different restaurants and hotels in the country to indulge diners with different proposals.

The initiative to market edible flowers emerged two years ago as a degree project on the subject, then became a company due to the interest and passion that Daniel Aristizabal feels for gastronomy and discovering new flavors in this discipline.

The species that Terra Santa produces are the Nasturtiums and the Pansies, the first ones have a flavor similar to the sweet pepper and its fragrance is very sweet as well; the other ones have a more herbal flavor, its texture is stronger and its aroma is very similar to the lavender.

Nasturtiums have a high content of vitamin C and essential oils that provide certain antibiotic properties and the Pansies have a large proportion of vitamin E and components that contribute to the respiratory system improvement.

These flowers production must have a rigorous biological control and comply with certain standards such as the use of organic pesticides to be suitable for human consumption, its storage temperature must be between 3 and 5 degrees Celsius.

Terrasanta’s flowers are very versatile and easily adapt to the proposals that the chef wants to make. Examples include: encapsulated in ice, crystallized in desserts, even as main ingredient of salads. Likewise these flowers can be applied to many gastronomic concepts the restaurants handle.

Abasto, Criterión, Leonor Espinosa, La Fontana Club, Donostia, Los Lagartos Club, Cosmos 100 Hotel, JW Marriott Hotel, are some of the establishments that have started using Terrasanta`s edible flowers to offer their diners innovative recipes.
With Terra Santa, Daniel Aristizábal offers challenges to the most creative chefs to break the routine and start using different ingredients, which allows them to surprise their customers with novelties in their restaurants.

Source: La Barra Magazine

Distillery: Country house El Paraiso Sidewalk San Jose 1, Guasca, Cundinamarca.

Roots and flowers: TERRASANTA is Guasca, Sidewalk Santa Ana, Country house La Santa.

Less than 2 hours from Bogota

Arrival