"Little Bird | Crafted Pour"

"This next cocktail is inspired by the origins of the name Pisco. Pisco means Little Bird in the Incan language. This name was eventually assigned to the Port City of Pisco for the little birds that used to fly around there. Eventually the distilled spirit started being exported out of the Port of Pisco and adopted the name. This one was inspired by the Jungle Bird cocktail. I swapped out the Campari for the lighter Aperol", "undefined", "Little Bird",

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Little Bird By , May 8, 2009 This next cocktail is inspired by the origins of the name Pisco. Pisco means Little Bird in the Incan language. This name was eventually assigned to the Port City of Pisco for the little birds that used to fly around there. Eventually the distilled spirit started being exported out of the Port of Pisco and adopted the name. This one was inspired by the Jungle Bird cocktail. I swapped out the Campari for the lighter Aperol This next cocktail is inspired by the origins of the name Pisco. Pisco means Little Bird in the Incan language. This name was eventually assigned to the Port City of Pisco for the little birds that used to fly around there. Eventually the distilled spirit started being exported out of the Port of Pisco and adopted the name. This one was inspired by the Jungle Bird cocktail. I swapped out the Campari for the lighter Aperol Ingredients: - Barsol Pisco Puro Italia - Aperol Instructions: Add all ingredients to tin. Dry shake everything, and then shake again with ice. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass. Refreshing,Themed,Tropical,Sours,Essentials