Pisco Acholado, Lemon juice, Sugar syrup, Pasteurized egg white, Angostura bitter.
Pisco is a grape distillate produced in several valleys of the Peruvian coast.
Its consumption dates back to colonial times, when the Spanish brought the vine. The very term “pisco” dates back to pre-Inca times. At that time, a caste of potters, called ‘piskos’, existed in the territory of the current region of Ica. Declared in 2007 as Cultural Heritage of Peru