La Caravedo Pisco Puro Quebranta

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La Caravedo Pisco Puro Quebranta

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The aroma is clean and clear with a summer salad of pears and grapes (with the skins), edible flowers, and microgreens. These flavors continue as you taste with just enough of a sweetness and oiliness to help cushion the brandy on your palate. The finish is slightly bittersweet with a slight spiced quality that makes your mouth water.

Appearance : Clarity Clear Translucent Colour Colourless.
Nose : Condition Clean and Fresh Intensity Medium Aroma Characteristics Red Grapes, Hay, Red Apples, and Caramel Maturity Un-aged and rested in stainless steel for one year.
Palate : Alcohol Smooth Body Medium Viscosity Flavor Intensity Pronounced Flavor Characteristics Chocolate, Apples, Dry Fruit, Bananas Finish Short.

Nestled in the Ica Valley of Peru, amidst the foothills of the Andes, lies the oldest distillery in the Americas, Hacienda La Caravedo, established 1684.

From here, Portón is crafted by hand in small batches using traditional artisanal distilling techniques, resulting in the finest expression of pisco, Peru’s national spirit. Distilled entirely from grapes and completely unaltered without even the addition of water, Porton is a mixable and versatile white spirit dedicated to honoring the spirit of tradition, craft, and adventure.

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Paul P.
United States United States

Good pisco sour maker

If you're a fan of a good pisco sour. Caravedo is the brand for you. It's a "puro" so the grapes are all single sourced. We've tried making them with a lesser, non puro brand and there is a difference in flavors.

Paul P.
United States United States

Hard to find Pisco

One of the best cocktails out there is the Peruvian Pisco Sour. It takes a puro pisco from Peru to do it right and this is the right liquor to make the cocktail. Smooth, deceptively enjoyable as the alcohol is hard to taste, pisco is well worth the investment,

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