It’s not every day that the new and exciting thing on the market also happens to be 400 years old, but that’s just the case with pisco. A white spirit distilled from grapes, pisco has been made in its native Peru since at least 1613 and has become inextricably linked to that country’s identity. By law, “Pisco Sours” must be served at every Peruvian diplomatic function around the world. In the last 10 years, a gastronomic reawakening in Peru has overhauled the ...
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