FOOD HOLIDAY: Make A Pisco Sour For National Pisco Day

Pisco Portón is an acholado mosto verde pisco. Its sister brand, La Caravedo, is a pisco puro, from estate-grown Quebranta grapes. See the definitions below. Photo courtesy Pisco Portón.   Quinoa isn’t the only hot product from Peru. Pisco, Peru’s national spirit, is another. Peruvians honor their pisco so much there are two annual holidays…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Pisco Sour Day

National Pisco Sour Day is celebrated on the first Saturday in February. Pisco is Peru’s national spirit and the Pisco Sour its national cocktail. But we don’t drink nearly enough pisco in the U.S. To remedy the situation, celebrate National Pisco Sour Day, this year on February 7th. A versatile and mixable spirit, pisco is…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pisco From Peru

At the end of each of the past four years, food trend analysts have predicted that Peruvian food will be the next hot cuisine in the U.S. But do you know what Peruvian cuisine is? Have you had their national cocktail, the Pisco Sour? We’re about to introduce you to Pisco. But first, some favorite…
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