5 Enlightening Ways to Help You Drink More Pisco
A tart snap of lime and the crackle-pop of pisco and ginger ale hitting fresh ice makes this the cocktail equivalent of Rice Krispies. If that audible cue wasn’t enticing enough, take pleasure in knowing that, at any moment, you’re only four ingredients away from a South American vacation in a glass. Get the recipe for the Chilcano.
The Murphy Sour
Grab the nearest muddler and a cluster of grapes to recreate this sophisticated flute from New York City bartender Meaghan Dorman. Red grapes naturally complement the grape-based pisco and brut rosé Champagne lends dusky color and bright fizz. Get the recipe for the Andean Dusk.
Hibiscus tea syrup acts as the firestarter for this garnet glass, but it’s the flickers of pisco, yellow Chartreuse and grapefruit juice that keep the embers glowing all night long. Get the recipe for the Scarlet Glow.
Strawberry Pisco Sour
Your Sour’s just begging to be blended. Take the hint from this frothy teacup that’s enhanced with a homemade strawberry-rose syrup. Toss the syrup into a blender alongside pisco, lime and egg white and revel in the pale pink elixir that whirls to life. Get the recipe for the Strawberry Pisco Sour.