Pisco (and Peruvian bitters) add a distinctive south American touch to this summery drink. Ripe grape notes emerge and add to the drink's citrussy fruitiness.
A tangy, balanced combination of rich flavours. The quality of pisco used is crucial to the success of a Pisco Punch.
Tangy, fruity and packed with flavour. Clove spice, fragrant floral pisco and elderflower with a hint of sweet pineapple and sour grapefruit.
Pisco, pineapple and Sauvignon Blanc wine are a match made in heaven, while gentian liqueur provides complex underlying gentian bittersweet notes.
Whiter than white (actually white wine golden) yet mysterious. As for the taste, white wine acidity balances rich elderflower with spirituous lacing from
Pisco, apricot and orange combine wonderfully in this medium dry, balanced cocktail with a tangy bite.
Dry biscuity champagne adds sparkle to sweet red grapes while pisco fortifies and adds complex distilled grape flavours.
Invigorating, refreshing and very amusing – we do like a pun.
Cognac and pisco brandies with maraschino and pineapple adding fruity tropical freshness and a foamy head.
This equal parts stirred down cocktail is either a boozy aperitif or a bittersweet digestif come nightcap. Whatever classification, it’s tasty.
The aromatics of the distilled wine of pisco combine harmoniously with the aromatised wine’s sweet grapey notes.
This dry, amber coloured, fruity cocktail carries a pisco punch.
This wonderfully aromatic cocktail; benefits from dilution so consider adding a splash of chilled water or serving on-the-rocks.
Don't be fooled by this seemingly innocuous orange-yellow long, fruity cocktail. It packs a serious punch with sweet almond notes masking its rum, gin
Canon Félix Kir's traditional white wine and cassis aperitif with added vodka 'oomph'. A barspoon of pisco adds complexity to this cocktail but if available
Pisco and pineapple are a match made in heaven and sit at the centre of this prosecco-charged celebratory sour.
Tangy orange marmalade with gin and pisco rounded with bianco vermouth.
This tasty sour combines the aromatics of pisco and elderflower in an intriguing variation on the Margarita. Consider smoothing with fresh egg white.
We were struck by the photograph that accompanied the recipe sent to us by this cocktail’s creator. The photo depicted the drink's presentation at Burj
Honey and pineapple, laced with aromatic pisco and spiced with clove.
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