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Pisco Gran Demonio Mosto Verde Quebranta Tacama 43,5° 50cl

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Pisco Sour Recipe:

3 measures of Pisco

1 measure lime juice

1 measure cane sugar syrup

1 egg white

Crushed ice

A few drops of Amargo de Angostura

Or cinnamon powder.

Mix the lime juice, cane sugar syrup and Pisco for 3 minutes. Then add the crushed ice and the egg white gradually, while continuing to mix.

Serve immediately by adding a few drops of Amargo de Angostura or cinnamon powder to your taste.

Tacama, the oldest vineyard in South America, is located 300km south of Lima in the Ica valley in Peru. It is a fertile oasis surrounded by deserts resting at the feet of the Andes, perfect region for the cultivation of the vine. Originally owned by an Augustinian convent, the estate was bought by the present owners (now the fifth generation) in 1889. According to José del Pozo, a Chilean historian, "The grapes were brought to Mexico in 1520 and Peru in 1540 by Francisco de Carabantes, who created the vineyard of Tacama ". Eminent wine authorities in Bordeaux declared: "Tacama's efforts have been successful in obtaining wines of indisputable quality, creating a specific Peruvian type, comparable to the best wines of the main wine producing countries."

For over a century Tacama has successfully devoted himself to mastering one of the arts most appreciated by humanity, the art of elaborating wine.

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