Pisco Sour is a traditional cocktail that originated in Peru and is now considered the national drink of the country. It is typically made with pisco, a type of brandy that is distilled from grapes and is a key component of many Peruvian cocktails.
To make a Pisco Sour, pisco is mixed with lime juice, simple syrup, and egg whites, and shaken vigorously with ice. The resulting cocktail has a frothy, silky texture and a sweet-tart flavor that is both refreshing and complex. The cocktail is typically served in a short glass and garnished with a dash of Angostura bitters on top.
Pisco Sour is enjoyed throughout Peru and has gained popularity around the world as a signature Peruvian cocktail. It is often served at celebrations and gatherings, and is considered a symbol of Peruvian culture and hospitality.