At New Orleans’ Root, bartender Waites Laseter created this cocktail using tawny port and pisco, drawn together in earthy, nutty, herbaceous harmony.This recipe originally appeared as part of "11 Hottest Cocktails to Drink in Bars Now: August 2017."
Beverage director Taha Ismail wanted to do a seasonal riff on a Pisco Sour that was clean and refreshing. Fresh mandarin and yuzu juices make for a citrus-y cordial that offsets Strega’s piney profile, while Peychaud’s bitters meld nicely with the pisco’s floral notes. “This drink has enough complexity without being overwhelming and [is] very consumable on any patio,” he says.
The addition of gum syrup lends silky richness to this frothy classic.
Pisco is a natural partner for Concord grapes, which are muddled along with blackberries to create this frothy coupe.
Like the traditional Pisco Sour? You’ll really love this fruit-filled take on the classic.
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The refreshing snap of lime and pisco with the fizz of ginger ale is what makes the Chilcano delicious.
Try this citrusy twist on the classic South American Pisco Sour.
The secret to this gorgeous tipple is chilled hibiscus tea.
The Pisco Sour is an exotic twist for any cocktail party or gathering. While both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own, this cocktail has sweet and sour flavors that can be enjoyed anywhere in the world.