Landhuis Chobolobo

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Landhuis Chobolobo
Landhuis Chobolobo
The island’s signature Blue Curaçao liqueur is made on this former plantation house (landuis) turned distillery. The fragrant oils in the Curaçaoan orange peels–originally brought by the Spaniards and then abandoned when the fruit turned bitter in the island's soil–serve as the base of this triple sec, orange-flavored liqueur. It also comes in red, green, and clear colors. Hop on a one-hour guided tour for a better overview of Curaçao’s plantation history, the liqueur making process, and, of course, cocktail. Tastings are free on self-guided visits–try your favorite flavor over the house gelato. Avoid cruise ship days if you want to keep your sanity.
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Landhuis Chobolobo

The original curaçao liqueur—made from the dried peel of a variety of orange found only on the island—comes in green, red, yellow and blue (and also some fun flavors such as chocolate and coffee). Sign up for a guided tour of a landhuis (plantation house) where the famous sweet spirit is distilled; after a glimpse of the stills, you can end your visit with a tasting of the liqueur—either straight, blended into a cocktail or drizzled over ice cream. Advance reservations are recommended.

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Saliña Ariba, Willemstad Elias R. A. Moreno Boulevard, Willemstad, Curaçao
+599 9 461 3526
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