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Featured in Travel + Leisure: 5 Must-Eats in St. Croix

Virgin Islands Food Tours shines in a recent article featured on Travel + Leisure! Our founder and CEO, Anquanette Gaspard, recently penned a delicious article on must-eat foods on St. Croix. Travel + Leisure figured who better to give this insight than a local food tour owner! The article focused on how visitors can fuel…

Must Try Foods on St. Croix

Experiencing the food on St. Croix is the best (and most delicious) way to immerse yourself in the Crucian culture! Our Taste of Twin City Food Tour is the perfect opportunity to taste St. Croix while learning of the island’s history, architecture and culture. In addition to the foods enjoyed on the tour, there is…

Savor This: Johnny Cakes

A visit to St. Croix isn’t complete without indulging in the warm folds of a fresh Johnny Cake! If you’ve had the pleasure of tasting this Crucian delight, you know they disappear from the plate almost as quickly as they appeared and eating one is never enough. This fried bread is one of St. Croix’s…

Savor This: Mauby

Here at Virgin Islands Food Tours, we’re all about transforming you from visitor to local in more ways than one! It’s important to us to share some Crucian foodie gems with you before you arrive to the island and even after you’ve left (we hope this will entice you to come back)! This time around,…

Savor This: Sugar Cane

Did you know that St. Croix was considered to be one of the sweetest islands in the Caribbean? Due to the abundance of sugar cane that lined the roadways, sugar was king on the island during the 18th century! This month, Virgin Islands Food Tours is paying homage to the sugar cane because, well, it’s still…

Savor This: Guavaberry

Another added touch of foodie flair during the holidays on St. Croix is the local fruit, guavaberry. Also known as the rum berry, this tangy & acidic fruit is used to make a special liqueur most commonly enjoyed during the holidays on St. Croix. Guavaberry rum is made with a combination of guavaberry fruit, sugar,…

Christmas in St. Croix: Coquito

Nothing says Christmas in St. Croix like a tall glass of coquito! This coconut based alcoholic beverage hails from the neighboring island of Puerto Rico and can be described as Puerto Rican eggnog. Many people of Puerto Rico migrated to the US Virgin Islands, making Puerto Ricans the largest number of migrants to the territory….

Check Us Out – Featured in Major Publication!

Virgin Islands Food Tours is happy to share this incredible news! Our founder and CEO, Anquanette Gaspard, was featured on EBONY.com as a young entrepreneur shining light on the USVI culinary scene. Danielle Pointdujour, Senior Editor for EBONY, visited the USVI to celebrate their 100th year anniversary of Transfer Day – the day the United States…