Pisco Sour recipe – illustrated by Santiago Uceda

Pisco is a grape brandy produced in wine making regions of Peru and Chile.  The roots of Pisco date back to the 16th century, when the Spaniards brought the grape from Europe to the Peruvian region.  The King of Spain banned wine in the 17th century … Read more, check out the two illustrations and learn the recipe!

Part of a Santiago Uceda illustration for Pisco Sour recipe - Click on image to go to full illustration

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