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Don't miss out on the different variations of Peru's versatile drink.
Come with us to an authentic restaurant in Cusco and experience what Pisco is all about.
Are you curious about the national drink of Peru?
For the best Pisco, distilleries will impress you with its delicious grapes that make up the recipes of the famous alcohol.
The distillation of Pisco can only be done from eight specified grape varieties.
Fruity grape notes, wood, marzipan and nutty aromas.
What's your favorite blend?
Dive into the world of Pisco, Peru’s national drink
Learn about different blends and variations
Incl. tasting at the Republica del Pisco restaurant
Curious about Pisco sour? Then come with us to an authentic restaurant in Cusco and discover what Peru's national drink is all about.
You will be picked up at the hotel in Cusco and driven to the restaurant, Republica del Pisco.
Pisco is a type of brandy that comes from the winemaking regions of Peru.
The preparation of Pisco based drinks in Peru dates back to the 1700s. However, the incarnation of Pisco sour we know today owes its origin to an American bartender who moved to the country in the 1920s. Since then, it has become a cultural institution in Peru.
There are many different ways to prepare a Pisco sour. Each cocktail can be a unique experience, depending on which fruits, herbs, and spices you blend.
You will learn about Pisco's distilling and preparation processes, the almost infinite cocktails variations, and concepts like chilcanos and a macerados.
Then, you can choose a chilcano or macerado of your own to savor. Enjoy your concoction in a cozy and authentic Peruvian atmosphere.
At the end of the tasting, you will go back to your hotel.
Duration of the trip: 1 hour
Minimum number of participants: 1 person
The price does not apply to international holidays (Christmas, Easter, New Year, 1 May - Labor Day), Peruvian holidays such as Inti Raymi (around 20 to 28 June), national holidays (Fiestas Patrias 28/29 July) and major events.