Cubaocho was featured as one of the main attraction of the historic Little Havana by the New York Times. Below you can read what was said about us. You can read the complete story here. It was now time […]
If you want an excuse to have a cocktail, then you’ll be eager to celebrate National Rum Day on Aug. 16. The liquor, made from sugar cane or molasses, is finding new fans who are honing their tastes at specialty […]
After fleeing the shores of Cuba late one January night, Roberto Ramos and his brother ventured off to the United States with nothing but dreams of opportunity and a precious collection of artwork. Fast forward two decades later, he serves […]
Santería offerings are scattered at the base of a ceiba tree near the main strip. Unsuspecting chickens peck at scraps, not knowing they might be the next sacrifice. The corner fruit market sells fresh-made guarapo, juice from crushed sugar cane. […]
Roberto Ramos, president of the Cubaocho Art and Research Center in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, smokes a cigar. The Cuban cigar is set to make its first legal appearance in the United States in years, with relaxed guidelines allowing travelers […]
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