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Have any of you done the Flavor Teller Food Tour in Mazatlan?

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I read on trip advisor that Flavor Teller Food tour has almost a 100% 5 star review (177 out of 178).  Do any of you have any experience with this tour?

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We did this the last time we were in Mazatlan.  We had such a good time, we're doing it again next month.  Great food, great guide, and learned a lot.

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5 hours ago, jmelnick said:

We did this the last time we were in Mazatlan.  We had such a good time, we're doing it again next month.  Great food, great guide, and learned a lot.

 

Thank you!   It's like me and the camels in Cabo....I'm going for the 4th time in April.   Just curious, but when are you doing the tour?  We are April 10th.

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Small world, that's the same day as us.  You're really going to enjoy it.  See you then. 

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Which tour are you taking.  How do you get from ship to meeting point.

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Barrio Bites tour.  We walked, it took about 10 to 15 minutes. Very safe walk along the blue line. 

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On 3/28/2019 at 4:31 PM, jmelnick said:

We did this the last time we were in Mazatlan.  We had such a good time, we're doing it again next month.  Great food, great guide, and learned a lot.

 

What were some of the foods you had?

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It's been a while, let's see what I can remember.  It's traditional second breakfast foods.  First breakfast being sweet rolls and such.  Have a little to eat in the morning, but not too much.  There's lot's to eat on the tour.

 

There were several types of tacos, pork, beef, chicken along with a broth.  Kudo's to Mr. Venom.

There were fresh corn tortillas.

Chiliquiles.

Smoked marlin is the best.

There was craft beers from a local microbrewery.

 

There's quite a bit more, but that's all I can remember.

 

One of my favorite tours.

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