PISCO SOUR RECIPE – EAT PERU
Provided by: Eat Peru
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 2 minutes
|2 ounces pure pisco ((50ml))|
|2 drops Angostura Bitters|
|2 ounce simple syrup ((50ml))|
|2 ounce lime juice ((50ml))|
|1 egg white|
|6 ice cubes (optional)|
- Put in a shaker or blender all essential inputs in the following order: first the pisco, then the simple syrup, then lime juice, and finally the egg white.
- Add ice cubes.
- If using a cocktail shaker, beat for 10 seconds. If using blender, liquefy for five seconds.
- Serve in two stages: first to serve the cup halfway, pause and then complete filling the other half.
- Decorate the top of each glass or cup with two drops of bitters.
- Enjoy and drink in moderation.
PISCO SOUR – WHAT’S GABY COOKING
Provided by: Gaby
Total time: 5 minutes
Prep time: 5 minutes
|3 ounces Pisco|
|1 ounce fresh lime juice|
|1 ounce simple syrup|
|1 teaspoon pasteurized egg white|
|Angostura bitters to serve|
- Add pisco, lime juice, simple syrup and egg white into a shaker and dry-shake (without ice) vigorously.
- Add ice and shake again until well-chilled.
- Strain into chilled glasses. Garnish with 3 to 5 drops of Angostura bitters. Using a straw, toothpick or similar implement, swirl the bitters into a simple design, if desired. Serve immediately.
How to make chilcano de Pisco?
Chilcano de Pisco is very similar to the Pisco Sour but as we mentioned easier to make. All you need to do is pour your Chilcano ingredients over ice and they’ll essentially mix themselves. A nice drink to enjoy on a hot summer night. Add the pisco and lime juice to a highball glass filled with ice.
How to make a Pisco cocktail?
Combine the pisco, lime juice, simple syrup, egg white, and ice in a blender. Blend until the ice is completely crushed . Pour into the chilled glass. Add a dash of bitters to the foam for garnish. The lime gives it the sour taste while the egg whites turn the drink into a frothy concoction that is unlike anything else you’ve ever tasted.
How do you make a Pisco and lime shake?
Add pisco, lime juice, simple syrup and egg white into a shaker and dry-shake (without ice) vigorously. Add ice and shake again until well-chilled. Strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass. (Alternatively, you can strain it into a rocks glass over fresh ice.)
Where to find pisco sour in Chile?
In general, it isn’t hard to find a pisco sour in Chile. Most restaurants and bars have it on the menu, while also selling different versions of it. This includes: mango sour, strawberry sour, papaya sour, passion fruit sour and more. A good area to visit is the famous Elqui Valley, where many Chileans claim pisco was invented.