Portón Pisco Sour
February 7 is National Pisco Sour Day and what better way to celebrate than by making an authentic Pisco Sour with Peru’s native spirit. It is thought that the Pisco Sour was invented by an American bartender named Victor Morris in the 1920s at his bar called Morris’ Bar in Lima, Peru. It is said that it was perfected by Mario Bruguet who added the egg whites to the recipe and turned this cocktail into the velvety goodness it is known for today. Pisco Portón is a super premium pisco made from selected estate-grown grapes and handcrafted using centuries old artisanal distillation methods at the oldest distillery in the Americas, Hacienda la Caravedo, established in 1684 and located in Ica, Peru. A versatile and mixable spirit, Portón is the most awarded pisco in the world and the #1 exported pisco from Peru.