The bohemian heart of Lima, Barranco, is home to some of the city's most prominent galleries, cultural bars, and live music shows. Its neighborhoods—facing the Pacific Ocean— preserve the enticing allure of architecture that dates back to the late XIX century to the early XX century. Your local host will show you around the main square, the pier, and its gaping view, across the famous Puente de los Suspiros (which means “Bridge of Sighs” in English), craft shops, among other worthwhile stops. Next, immerse in a sensory quest to unveil some new flavors. With Amanda, an anthropologist and certified cacao and chocolate taster, you’ll hop to different regions of Peru through chocolate to find the answer to this question: Does the flavor of chocolate change depending on where the cacao comes from? Felipe, a certified Q-grader and coffee roaster, will explain exactly how a cherry on a bush becomes one of the world’s most popular beverages and why no two coffees should ever taste the same.