|Author: John Shields||Date of Review: Fri, 30 Jul 2010|
|Review: Calm down everyone - Pisco comes from Chile and from Peru, and although the production practices differ, the childish arguments over Pisco's true birthplace are the same on both sides of the border. And Angostura bitters are an indispensable part of a Pisco Sour. For a sweet Pisco, the mix is: one of sour, two of sweet, three of strong, and four of weak (the ice). Add some egg white and a dash of bitters. Amazing.|
|Author: Mauro||Date of Review: Fri, 07 Sep 2007|
|Review: This Pisco is rubbish. It doesn't deserve to be called Pisco which is a city in Peru (The one which recently suffered the earthquake). Pisco is a Peruvian drink and this is a bad imitation. I really regret about buying this thing.|
|Author: Becky||Date of Review: Fri, 12 Aug 2005|
|Review: Pisco is wonderful. |
I spent six months in Chile living on the stuff. A pisco sour, however, isn't pisco with angostura bitters. It is pisco with lemon juice and icing sugar (occasionally with egg white too but generally without)or at least that's how they make it in South America.
|Author: Steve Francis||Date of Review: Tue, 19 Jul 2005|
|Review: A must-have for summer, something I bought on chance as I'd never seen it before. This is really great with lemonade or coke..but the ultimate cocktail we've come up with is...|
2 parts Pisco
1 part Martini Extra Dry
Dash tonic water
Top up with Elderflower cordial.
Shake well over ice.
Ed - Thanks for the recipe.
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