InterNations Pisco Sour & Sexy Peru Flavors Event
Lima 700 is a renovated mansion that is absolutely gorgeous with wood floors, marble stairs, and elegant décor and luxurious atmosphere. See the pictures in the gallery of this post-event.
Enjoying dinner with friends is one of life's great pleasures, arrive earlier and experience the taste of Peru with a charming twist in LIMA 700! See pics in this post.
Enjoy mouthwatering cured-fish ceviches, spicy mashed-potato causas and lomo asaltado, new age fusion food that reflects the country's cultural melting pot, Peru certainly have a lot on its plate.
There are eight grapes permitted to be used for Pisco in Peru, with this 'Pisco Puro' made exclusively from Quebranta. Around 8lbs of Quebranta grapes go into each and every bottle.
A Pisco from Hacienda La Caravedo, the oldest working distillery in the Americas (established 1684).
This Peruvian 'pisco puro' brandy, crafted exclusively from the Quebranta grape, offers up a clean mild aroma. A subtle sweetness cushions the palate, while the finish is bittersweet and spicy.
It is made from grape must, which has not completely fermented. This allows it to keep some of the natural grape sugars from converting to alcohol, keeping plenty of flavors and aromas locked into the spirit.
Nose: Sugar cane, grapes, and cut grass.
Palate: Oily, Eat Me Dates, vinous and also corn-like.
Finish: Rounded and fairly long.