"Pisco Sour | Crafted Pour"

"The Pisco sour is a classic sour with lime juice utilizing pisco brandy. Pisco is a spirit that I'd love to dedicate an entire episode to exploring. Simply put, pisco is a brandy made from grapes in regions such as Peru and Chile. ⁠ ⁠ To me, this Pisco in particular is a little vinegary and it tastes like something I know (but I can't quite place it, perhaps a vinaigrette of sorts). The drink itself is extremely pleasant with hints of Concord grape. Definitely also reminiscent of those sun-dried raisins from earlier, except much more like the box this time than raisin bran.⁠ ⁠ Pisco Sour⁠ 2 oz (59 ml) Pisco Brandy (Barsol)⁠ 3/4 oz (22 ml) Lime Juice⁠ 1/2 oz (15 ml) Simple Syrup⁠ 1 Egg White⁠ Method: Dry Shake & Double-Strain⁠ Garnish: Decorated Angostura Bitters⁠ Credits: The Bartender's Best Friend, Mardee Haidin Regan (curated by imichao!)⁠ #xbarwithanx #twitchtender #cocktails", "undefined", "Pisco Sour",

"Ingredients"

Pisco Sour By , May 8, 2009 The Pisco sour is a classic sour with lime juice utilizing pisco brandy. Pisco is a spirit that I'd love to dedicate an entire episode to exploring. Simply put, pisco is a brandy made from grapes in regions such as Peru and Chile. ⁠
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To me, this Pisco in particular is a little vinegary and it tastes like something I know (but I can't quite place it, perhaps a vinaigrette of sorts). The drink itself is extremely pleasant with hints of Concord grape. Definitely also reminiscent of those sun-dried raisins from earlier, except much more like the box this time than raisin bran.⁠
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Pisco Sour⁠
2 oz (59 ml) Pisco Brandy (Barsol)⁠
3/4 oz (22 ml) Lime Juice⁠
1/2 oz (15 ml) Simple Syrup⁠
1 Egg White⁠
Method: Dry Shake & Double-Strain⁠
Garnish: Decorated Angostura Bitters⁠
Credits: The Bartender's Best Friend, Mardee Haidin Regan (curated by imichao!)⁠
#xbarwithanx #twitchtender #cocktails The Pisco sour is a classic sour with lime juice utilizing pisco brandy. Pisco is a spirit that I'd love to dedicate an entire episode to exploring. Simply put, pisco is a brandy made from grapes in regions such as Peru and Chile. ⁠ ⁠ To me, this Pisco in particular is a little vinegary and it tastes like something I know (but I can't quite place it, perhaps a vinaigrette of sorts). The drink itself is extremely pleasant with hints of Concord grape. Definitely also reminiscent of those sun-dried raisins from earlier, except much more like the box this time than raisin bran.⁠ ⁠ Pisco Sour⁠ 2 oz (59 ml) Pisco Brandy (Barsol)⁠ 3/4 oz (22 ml) Lime Juice⁠ 1/2 oz (15 ml) Simple Syrup⁠ 1 Egg White⁠ Method: Dry Shake & Double-Strain⁠ Garnish: Decorated Angostura Bitters⁠ Credits: The Bartender's Best Friend, Mardee Haidin Regan (curated by imichao!)⁠ #xbarwithanx #twitchtender #cocktails Ingredients: - Pisco - Lime Juice Instructions: Combine all ingredients except for the angostura, and dry shake first. Afterwards, give it shake with ice. Double strain into a coupe glass, chilled if you'd like to! Add a couple drops of Angostura and get artistic if you're so inclined! Spirit Forward,Sours,Essentials