Pisco is the flagship alcohol of Peru. Wine is made here, but when you think of Peru, you think Pisco. Have you ever considered how Pisco is actually made? After 10 years here, I finally learned at Bodega El Catador in Ica, Peru.
During a long, sunny day at Mistura, you are sure to be ready for a refreshing drink. What better refreshment than trying one of the Peruvian cocktails in the World of Bars and Drinks at Mistura?
Although the region of Ica is not known for it’s wines, one winery does stand out head and shoulders above the rest. Tacama Winery was founded in 1889 when it was bought by the Oleachea Family and sits on almost 500 acres of land in the fertile Ica Valley
What is happening in the culinary world in Peru? Great question! Here at Provecho Peru, we keep you up to date on Peru Food News – both news about food in Peru and Peruvian food around the world.
The distribution of Piscos and Piqueos began with today’s edition of the El Comercio newspaper. The entire set will be made up of recipes of appetizers and drinks.
Tomorrow begins Chilcano Week in Peru – an entire week to celebrate the Peruvian Chilcano de Pisco!
Delicious Peruvian roasted chicken or turkey will be the star on your Christmas table this year!
If you are looking for a stew rich in flavor, this is a top choice! The short ribs are braised in a dark beer sauce for enough time to make them soft and tender. You could use a different cut of beef if you prefer.
In Peru, the Pisco Sour holds it’s own. The first Saturday in February is set apart to taste, honor and celebrate the Pisco Sour. And here, we celebrate Pisco Sour Day with the creation of a Pisco Sour Cupcake!
These are a delicious & sweet way to celebrate Pisco Sour Day, or perfect for any other day as well!