Like almost all farmers in Monzón, Dionisia and her family only started with coffee in 2012. That year, the military cleared coca plantations in a large-scale operation. Instead of wealth, the sacred leaf of the Incas had only brought suffering and terror to the people here. Today, Doña Dionisia and her family cultivate 2 hectares of coffee of the Caturra variety. One half with yellow and the other with red cherries. With the support of the young Q-grader and employee of the Peruvian anti-drug organisation Lila Lorenzo, Doña Dionisia manages to reach speciality coffee level. She lives more quietly, more safely and serves as a good example for neighbouring farmers to switch to legal farming.