Peruvian origin. The preferred drink of curacas and caciques in pre incan times. For about 2000 years, Chicha has been the beverage for excellence in our country. Today, Chicha is drunk in several occasions, family reunions, patronal festivities and religious ceremonies. It is a great compliment to Peruvian traditional dishes. There is a great variety of chicha’s in Peru: purple corn, white corn, peanut, jora, arequipean, with legged cow, quinua and with loretana corn.