Talavera workshop and gallery + tasting menu at Casa Reyna

Experience Details

  • Transportation, guided tour, workshop, (making a souvenir piece), tasting menu with wine and mezcal
  • 3 hours workshop / 2 hours food


Privada 2 Ote. 1007, Centro, 72000 Heroica
Puebla de Zaragoza, Pue., Mexico

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Alfonso Sumano

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Contact via WhatsApp or Call929-909-3336

Talavera workshop and gallery + tasting menu at Casa Reyna

From: $185.00

Discover the rich tradition of Talavera pottery at Casa Reyna’s workshop and gallery, where artistry meets culinary excellence in a truly immersive experience. Located within the charming confines of Casa Reyna, this workshop invites guests to explore the intricate craft of Talavera pottery, a UNESCO-recognized art form dating back to the 16th century. Under the guidance of skilled artisans, participants have the opportunity to create their own masterpiece, from shaping the clay to painting vibrant designs in the iconic blue and white hues characteristic of Talavera.

After a hands-on session in the workshop, guests can admire an exquisite array of Talavera pieces showcased in the gallery, each piece a testament to the craftsmanship and creativity of Mexican artisans. From intricately patterned plates to ornate vases and tiles, the gallery offers a glimpse into the history and heritage of this cherished art form.

Following the workshop and gallery tour, Casa Reyna treats guests to a tantalizing tasting menu featuring traditional Mexican flavors with a contemporary twist. Indulge in a culinary journey inspired by the vibrant colors and bold flavors of Mexican cuisine, with each dish expertly paired with local wines or artisanal cocktails. From savory mole to fresh ceviche and decadent churros, every bite is a celebration of Mexico’s culinary heritage, presented with elegance and flair.

Whether crafting Talavera pottery, exploring the gallery, or savoring the tasting menu, Casa Reyna offers a truly immersive experience that honors Mexico’s rich cultural legacy through art and gastronomy.