Pisco Sours are Peru's National drink and a truly undiscovered phenomenal tasty drink! If you don't have the bitters, no worries, top it off with cinnamon. Ceviche Pisco Sours are a perfect match.
Pisco Sours from Peru
Looking for the next big, undiscovered cocktail? There is a reason the pisco sour is the national drink of both Peru and Chile.
Martin Morales& recipe for this classic Peruvian cocktail is deliciously sweet and sour, with grape brandy and lime juice
Pisco sour is a traditional Peruvian cocktail based on pisco, lime juice, syrup that is topped with a frothy egg white foam and Angostura bitters.
These traditional Peruvian pisco sours are light, limey, and strong. If you're looking for a new summer party drink, give these tasty South American sippers a try.
Pisco Sour Drink ~ 1 cup pisco (a south American brandy) or white rum 1 cup guava nectar 2 teaspoons superfine sugar cup lime juice Angostura bitters Lime wedges Mint leaves
In a small saucepan, bring 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water to a boil; simmer until the sugar is dissolved, 3 minutes. Remove from the heat and let cool completely.