Striving to offer up the next Latin cocktail sensation — or to at least give spirits savants a new plaything — some restaurant and bar operators are touting the Pisco Sour, a tangy and sweet libation with more than passing resemblance to current hits like the Margarita, Caipirinha and Mojito. The cocktail, which both Peru and Chile claim to have invented, is made with pisco, a clear, unaged grape brandy that is shaken vigorously with ice, lemon or lime juice, simple syrup or sugar ...
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