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pisco sour with cilantro, lime and agave

Pisco is a grape-based brandy whose birthplace is claimed by both Chile and Peru. It can have an alcohol content of 45%, so it will add some kick to anything – even water! The pisco sour cocktail was invented in Lima, the capital of Peru, around 1920. Alexandra’s favourite fresh version pairs lime and cilantro. Salud!

Preparation : 5 minutes

Efficiency : 2



1. In a blender, blend the ice with the rest of the ingredients except the bitters.

2. Serve with a dash of bitters.


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