¡Vamos a tomar un poca de chicha! ¡Ahora!

Vamos Vamos…

Live update from the Sacred Valley…

Ah, you know anything that comes out of a mud jug with an Incan woman sitting next to it has got to be quality stuff.

Supposedly ubiquitous throughout Andean Peru, the Chicha house is designated by a red flag, or t-shirt or rag or whatever, hanging from a pole outside of someones house. I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled but this is the first one I’ve seen during nearly 3 months in Peru. Chicha is a fermented corn drink, made from crushed and boiled maize and left to ferment in clay pots until it reaches an ABV of about 3%.

And the verdict?

Si, esta bien. ¡Dame mi chicha, puta! ¡Dame la, ahora! Pero, recuerda que es mucho mejor para tomar en las sombras de los sitios antiguos de las Incas, esperando por el fin del todo tiempo.

Pisac

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6 responses to “¡Vamos a tomar un poca de chicha! ¡Ahora!

  1. am i right? you said, “It is good. Give it to me whore, give it to me now! But remember what is more important for drinking this is to be amongst the ancient Incan ruins waiting for the end of time”

  2. well, not whore so much as bitch. It would read thusly in English: “Yea, it’s good. Gimme my chicha bitch! Give me it now! But, remember that it is always better to drink in the shadows of the ancient sites of the Incans, waiting for the end of all time.”

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