Beyond Pisco: Peru’s Other Distinctive Drinks

There’s plenty to enjoy in Peru besides a Pisco Sour, 26.02.20 Kelly Magyarics. 

From a frothy Angostura bitters-studded Pisco Sour to a spicy, fizzy Chilcano, pisco cocktails are as much a part of Peru’s culinary and cultural fabric as are ceviche and Machu Picchu. Even the fountain in Lima’s Plaza de Armas flows with the unaged brandy every July 28 in celebration of Independence Day, much to the delight of happy Limeños and pleasantly surprised tourists. But the country’s other offerings, which include sugar cane spirits, native botanical-infused gins and even potato-based wines, prove that pisco is far from the country’s only potent potable.

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