Conscious Nourishment experience
Our culinary approach is to offer a fresh and healthy variety of Peruvian and international cuisine while being conscious of ecological impact.
Everything we cook comes from our garden or local suppliers. We grow and harvest our own organic specialty coffee using different types of extraction methods of choice. We also bake our own bread and a selection of desserts daily.
We can prepare vegan, gluten free and dairy free meals on request.
We use different methods to reduce our footprint and lower our ecological impact like producing our own vegetable milk and buying in bulk at local markets.
Ask us what we have on the menu today!
farm to table
Processes, Tasting, Elaboration of tablets
In the cacao tasting experience, you'll experiment with one of the most prized fruits that we have in the Amazon: the Cacao.
We'll teach you how to extract the pulp of the fruit and then bake them in a pot made of local clay to refine the cacao for eating. We will make chocolate bars, hot chocolate, and various other chocolate goodies in the class.
Processes + Tasting + Extraction Methods
In the cafe tour at GoctaLab, you'll be able to observe and experience the the full process we use to create our delicious pirqapata coffee: high altitude coffee grown under the shade of the forest and helping to bring biodiversity to our land. We have a variety of local arabicas such as caturra, catuay, national, and catimor. At the end of the tour we will have a tasting session to feel the finished product of all the different extraction methods. An experience not to miss!
Kids & Cooking
Book a baking class for your kids
If you want your kids to learn about the products of the land and the marvels that our beautiful forest offers, then this class is for you.
We will collect a variety of vegetable, fruits, and tasty herbs from our farm and cook them together with our chef.
Food of the Amazon
Typical Amazonian dishes with a local cook
In this class we will learn to make typical Amazonian dishes together with local chefs of the region. We will collect fresh produce from the farm and prepare local favorites such as juane, tamales, locros, and the sweet "chiclayo".
We will use an ancient mortar situated in the the ruins of the old Chachapoyas to ground the seeds and kneed the flour. An experiencing linking traditions of the past, with flavors of the present.
culinary investigation residency
Here we work with the zero kilometer / slow food concept; giving priority and encouraging localized production and thus promoting food sovereignty.
We offer a space for creation and exchange where, if you are fan of cooking, alchemy, medicinal plants or agriculture, you can come to investigate the various resources of the Amazon region of northern Peru and prepare new dishes or products!
Write us and tell us what you would like to develop and stay with us for a while during your investigation.