We have highlighted the Peruvian pisco on Spirit Thursday previously.
La Caravedo is a pisco puro, which means it is made from only one of the eight grape varietals allowed by Peruvian law to make pisco. La Caravedo is handcrafted from the Quebranta grape, a non-aromatic varietal from the Peruvian coast known for its body and fullness of flavor. Approximately 8 pounds of grapes are used to make each bottle.
PERUVIAN SUMMER BREEZE
1.5 oz. La Caravedo™
0.5 oz. Simple syrup
2 oz. White wine
¾ oz. Fresh lemon juice
8 seedless red grapes
In a cocktail shaker, gently muddle the grapes. Add the remaining ingredients along with ice to the shaker. Shake well for 20 seconds. Pour into a coupe glass and garnish with fresh red grapes.