We are open, feel the energy of the jungle – Nunkui store / gallery

We returned from the Amazon, with many marvelous new pieces from the Andoa, Kichwa, Waorani, Shuar and Achuar communities, which we are now displaying. Pieces full of positive energy, tradition and culture. You will have the opportunity to contribute to the conservation of the natural and cultural resources of the Amazon and to purchase beautifully crafted pieces with a territorial identity, all coming from fair trade.

In addition, today we offer you beef from the Amazon. Fed only on grass, this beef has a superior taste, free of chemicals. It comes from sustainable farms owned by the Shuar, indigenous Amazonian people, who control deforestation and carry out a responsible use of the soil. As we thank everyone for the good reception given to our beef. We have limited quantities.

And do not forget to try our new products, such as dried Pitahaya (dragon fruit), Arabic coffee, dark chocolate, Guayusa, and many other products.

We are waiting for you all in this Easter holiday.

We control our capacity and maintain all biosecurity measures.

Opening hours today Saturday 3 April. From 9:30 AM to 1 PM and from 2:30 PM to 6 PM.

WhatsApp: 099 586 7670

“Casa San Sebastián”. Simón Bolívar 13-86 and Estévez de Toral.

Paul Sanchez
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