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Tried this for the first time this evening, which also marked my first foray into mixed drinks (I'm a wine drinker for the most part). We enjoyed these while we waited for the barbeque to finish. I figure by the time we finish the bottle of pisco, I'll get the hang of the whole shaker thing. But they were tasty.

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Loves2Cook! May 27, 2013

I lived in Chile briefly and what I missed the most after I left was the pisco sour - but I brought back a few bottles of pisco for the road. I just mixed this cocktail up and it tastes just like the real thing!! Thanks for posting!

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afredorap June 28, 2010

I actually do prefer this to the Peruvian style Pisco Sour, but of course, the drink originated in Pisco, Peru. It's good either way. Thanks for posting.

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Chocolatl October 30, 2009

I used a Peruvian Pisco. And did half of it with 1 tablespoon of sugar. I liked it a lot. Thanks Cheryl. Made for Beverage tag.

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Boomette January 02, 2009

Excellent.Used Fine Cognac&Orange from France.It well very well together.Loved it

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NoraMarie December 21, 2007
Chilean Pisco Sour