Pisco Inferno Set: 1615 Pisco Puro Quebranta + Barsol Quebranta Pisco
About the Pisco Inferno Set
This set includes the Peruvian piscos recommended to pair with Shaker & Spoon’s Pisco Inferno Box. You can try each one with all the featured cocktails in the box, and still have plenty of pisco left over for your own crafted creations!
Recommended by: Sother Teague, Chris Hannah, and Enrique Sanchez
Clear and bright, yet with a musty fruit aroma and fresh citrus notes and hints of peach, apricot, and basil, 1615 Pisco Puro Quebranta is Sother Teague’s choice for this box: “1615 pays tribute to individuals who began farming more than 400 years ago, in the ‘Valley of Pisco,’ which is the same location and on the same terrain of today’s Bodega San Nicolas distillery. There’s incredible history in every drop!”
“Pisco is an underrated brandy and an unaged one at that. It's distilled to proof, so there’s no adding water, and the wines used before distilling are never an afterthought. Fermenting a delicious wine before distilling is always the point of pisco,” says Chris Hannah. “It’s a fun spirit to work with because its herbaceous and floral notes are so beautiful in cocktails! And one I particularly enjoy working with is Barsol Quebranta Pisco.”
Enrique Sanchez also recommends Barsol Quebranta Pisco. “It’s one of my favorites, with a great history and family behind it. It’s smooth, aromatic, and elegantly versatile—perfect as an after-dinner drink or as the base for a charming cocktail—with a grassy, sun-kissed freshness and hints of cinnamon, pecans, papaya, a little of yeast, and pear. Made at the historic Bodega San Isidro, this is a beautiful masterpiece from the distiller.”
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