On each side of the body were ranged cooking utensils, and vessels containing water and chicha.
The manufacture of chicha is primitive, and not a little disgusting.
Knowing nothing of the price of chicha, we gave her six centavos, with which she seemed well satisfied.
Its manufacture is unknown outside Mexico, and in Peru the chicha, or maiz beer of the natives, takes its place.
Copiap is a poor saloon town because the natives make their own wine and chicha.
chicha was a fermented drink made of pine-apple juice, honey or sugar, and water.
This, by fermentation, is next changed into alcohol, which gives to chicha its intoxicating property.
When brought into a state of fermentation it possesses similar intoxicating effects with the chicha of the American Indian.
Oh, the drink is chiefly imported alcohol, and also chicha made from corn.
Peruvian chicha is an alcoholic beverage made from cereals and is akin to moonshine or corn whiskey.