'Chicha' is a maize beverage very popular in Andean countries, like Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. Considered sacred and used by the Incas in ritual ceremonies 5000 years ago, the chicha is still used in a varied range of festivities and special occasions such as birthdays and weddings. It is also considered a key ingredient in marinades and soup stocks.
Inca’s Food uses the ancient method of fermentation to produce this specialty made by the 'Jora' maize, a corn typically grown in the Andes. Infused with barley, cinnamon and clove, chicha is a refreshing treat to enjoy with your family and friends on your next gathering.