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Tunki Coffee The Best Specialty Coffee in the World, Certification granted by the American Association of Specialty Coffees (SCAA), comes from the town of Tunkimayo, in the Puno province of Sandia.
An Aymara family that harvested with love and discipline the best organic coffee in the world. The same coffee that a group of 30 professional tasters, gathered in California (United States), had been chosen as the best of organic type on 139 other grains coming from countries that are power in their production. This gourmet coffee that comes from an organic certified farm and Rainforest Allaince, the success of this organic coffee is based on selective grain management and very careful production.
“The Best Special Coffee of the World” awarded by the Speciality Coffees Association of America (SCAA).
Champion of the Rainforest Alliance contest 2010 and 2011.
National Pentachampion, National Competition of Quality Coffees. La Central puneña has won the 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013 editions.
NOP-USDA Organic Certification (USA), European Community Certification, JAS Certification (Japan) and Fair Trade Certification.
TITICACA A SPECTACULAR PARADISE
Lake Titicaca is located in Puno. The tradition that shows us the city of Puno is based on its spectacular landscapes that transmit a kind of dazzle and well-being. Puno gives us magnificent and significant experiences, full of intense emotions, often leaving us stunned by the wonders we observe in this town.
The city is within the department of Puno and is located in southern Peru, bordering with Madre de Dios, Bolivia, Tacna, Moquegua, Arequipa and Cusco.
In Puno there are uros or urus, which are an ethnic group distributed in the Collao plateau in territories of Peru, Bolivia and neighboring areas in Chile. In the past they occupied larger territories that included even the inter-Andean valleys of the Pacific basin near the Collao as enclaves. In Peru they form 4 groups: The Floating Islands of the Urus Puno (80 islands) inhabit the Bay of Puno, Floating Islands Kapi (more than 10 islands) located in the district of Huatta-Puno, urus Titino and urus Chulluni on the shores of Lake Titicaca.
Puno is known for being the folkloric capital of Peru. The historical, religious and Andean festivities that are celebrated are loaded with a great cultural baggage, being its maximum expression the Festivity of the Virgin of the Candelaria, the same one that has as main day the 2 of February and finishes the 18 of that same month. In this celebration declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, religious processions are held in honor of the Mamacha Candelaria, in addition to regional dances where musicians and dancers present various costumes and dances of the place.
The city has a very varied gastronomy and has typical dishes such as;
- The Chairo: It is a soup, of Andean origin, thick that is served well hot.
- Thimpo de Carachi: It is a sancochado that is prepared with lamb.
- El Pesque: Stew made from quinoa, cheese and eggs. Among other dishes are Chicharron de alpaca, fried trout and chupe de quinua.
Here are just a few of the most wonderful places in Puno:
- The Island of Uros: Imagine walking on a floating island made in its integrity of Totora (native plant), in the island of the community of Uros you can live this experience since the whole island including the houses of the inhabitants are made with totora.
- Lake Titicaca: One of the main tourist attractions of the region. It is the highest navigable lake in the world located at an altitude of 3810 meters above sea level. Here you will find floating islands, which are artificially made from dry Totora. Among these we find Los Uros, where the descendants of the ancient uru chipaya live.
- Las Chullpas de Sillustani: Located about 33km from the city of Puno on the route that connects Puno with the city of Cusco. This place has a large number of Chullpas, which are constructions where people of ancient cultures such as the Qollas, buried their dead.