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nicoll nicoll 8 years
Pisco is original from Peru establish since the viceroyalty days of Spain in the Americas.Is also produce in Chile and Bolivia. Peruvian Pisco sour is so popular and its serve in all trendy restaurants around the world. French wine, Italian wine, California wine, so who cares Peruvian Pisco or Chilean Pisco, drink which ever you like better. Check this link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PiscoPeruvian Pisco Rocks!
nicoll nicoll 8 years
Pisco is original from Peru establish since the viceroyalty days of Spain in the Americas. Is also produce in Chile and Bolivia. Peruvian Pisco sour is so popular and its serve in all trendy restaurants around the world. French wine, Italian wine, California wine, so who cares Peruvian Pisco or Chilean Pisco, drink which ever you like better. Check this link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisco Peruvian Pisco Rocks!
mellafe mellafe 8 years
Ok, two things:1. There's a decades-long dispute about who "invented" pisco, between Peru and Chile. Peruvians say it's theirs, Chileans say their is better. Just, FYI.2. You're not really supposed to drink Pisco straight up. We Chileans drink it with Coke, Piscola, which is one of the most popular drinks in the country. The other popular one is Pisco Sour, which is pisco with lemon juice and a bit of sugar. Piscola is more popular amongst men, while Pisco Sour is more of a lady drink. One brand of pisco makers has released new drinks: mango sour (pisco and mango) and berry sour (strawberry juice and pisco).
mellafe mellafe 8 years
Ok, two things: 1. There's a decades-long dispute about who "invented" pisco, between Peru and Chile. Peruvians say it's theirs, Chileans say their is better. Just, FYI. 2. You're not really supposed to drink Pisco straight up. We Chileans drink it with Coke, Piscola, which is one of the most popular drinks in the country. The other popular one is Pisco Sour, which is pisco with lemon juice and a bit of sugar. Piscola is more popular amongst men, while Pisco Sour is more of a lady drink. One brand of pisco makers has released new drinks: mango sour (pisco and mango) and berry sour (strawberry juice and pisco).
kins kins 8 years
i love it. i like it mixed with coke for a piscola (or diet coke)
Lavinie Lavinie 8 years
i went to chile last year and was introduced to a drink called Pisco Sour. It kindo of tasted like a margarita and it was the most potent drink i had ever had... i loved it, but definitely tread with caution...
Lavinie Lavinie 8 years
i went to chile last year and was introduced to a drink called Pisco Sour. It kindo of tasted like a margarita and it was the most potent drink i had ever had... i loved it, but definitely tread with caution...
carito8 carito8 8 years
I have two bottles of Pico at home....I really like it is pretty good with cranberry juice or coke as the Chileans drink it. I also use it as the white wine on sauces and it works almost the same although this one is stronger so you can't put the same qty.
carito8 carito8 8 years
I have two bottles of Pico at home....I really like it is pretty good with cranberry juice or coke as the Chileans drink it. I also use it as the white wine on sauces and it works almost the same although this one is stronger so you can't put the same qty.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
I had this in Peru and I must say, not a fan!
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